Wayfire is a wayland compositor based on wlroots. It aims to create a customizable, extendable and lightweight environment without sacrificing its appearance.
Wayfire 0.7.0 announcement 2021-01-29
Hello everyone! Today is the day that Wayfire 0.7.0 was released. There have been quite a few exciting changes since the last time I wrote here. Check all the new features and (unfortunately) the few breaking changes below:
Writing Wayfire plugins (Part 2) 2020-10-28
Hello everyone, this is the next blog in the series about writing Wayfire plugins. Again, I will be writing a custom plugin and explaining the steps along the way. This time however the focus will be on the rendering parts of Wayfire.
Wayfire 0.5.0 announcement 2020-08-04
I am pleased to announce the release of Wayfire 0.5.0. There have been 247 commits since the last release. Here are some highlights:
Writing Wayfire plugins (Part 1) 2020-04-10
If someone were to ask me what is the greatest aspect of Wayfire, then this would undoubtedly be its customizability and modularity. There are a ton of options you can tweak to your liking. However, options are rarely enough if you want to make your desktop truly your own. And this is why Wayfire uses a plugin architecture.
Wayfire 0.4.0 is here! 2020-03-21
I am pleased to announce the next release of Wayfire. As usual, there has been a lot of work and many bug fixes. Here is a summary of the important changes.
Wayfire 0.3 2019-10-07
It has been a relatively long time since the last time I have written in this blog. That doesn’t mean work on Wayfire has stopped! In fact, I’m happy to announce the release of Wayfire 0.3. There are quite a few improvements, which I’d like to share.
Wayfire is a project which has had 4 versions and has been rewritten 3 times. In this blog post I’ll try to outline why those rewrites were necessary.