Hawaii (desktop environment)
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|Original author(s)||Pier Luigi Fiorini|
|Developer(s)||Hawaii OS Project|
|Initial release||April 6, 2011|
0.6.0 / January 14, 2016
|Written in||Qt Quick and C++|
Hawaii is a Wayland and Qt Quick-based desktop environment with few dependencies aiming at desktop and mobile convergence. It was primarily used by Maui, a Linux distribution, before becoming independently known as Hawaii OS.
Hawaii adopted the Simple Desktop Display Manager.
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