I downloaded the KDE spin after reading that it uses W by default as I wanted to know if appimages would work there. I burnt the .iso to a USB, booted the Live OS, and yes, it does use W by default, so thought I would share my findings here
Now that KDE is supported by Wayland, I may give it a try.
Taiwins is a modern and modular wayland compositor, and it is extensible through lua script. It has a builtin shell and GUI system called twidgets Writing a minimum Wayland client using twidgets would take only 20 lines of code.
Taiwins is the tiling as well as a floating window manager, you can allocate windows on your desktop logicially or based on your needs, drag your windows freely.
- fast and small codebase.
- extensible and easy config through lua.
- builtin shell.
- wayland client system.
- configurable theme.
- multi key-presses bindings like emacs.
- dbus support.
- and more.