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Submission + - Canonical Ports Google's Chromium Browser To Mir (phoronix.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Months after Intel ported the Chromium open-source web browser to Wayland, Chromium is now running on Ubuntu's Mir. The Mir display server port ended up being based on Wayland's Chromium code for interfacing with Google's Ozone abstraction framework. The Ubuntu developer responsible for this work makes claims that they will be trying to better collaborate with Wayland developers over this code.
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Canonical Ports Google's Chromium Browser To Mir

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