Hawaii (desktop environment)

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Original author(s) Pier Luigi Fiorini
Developer(s) The Maui Project
Initial release April 6, 2011; 4 years ago (2011-04-06)
Stable release 0.2.0
Development status Active
Written in Qt Quick and C++
Available in Multilingual
License GPL
Website hawaiios.org

Hawaii is a Wayland[1][2] and Qt Quick[3]-based desktop environment with few dependencies aiming at desktop and mobile convergence. It is primarily used by Maui, a Linux system with atomic upgrades and bundles.

Hawaii adopted the Simple Desktop Display Manager.

The Hawaii Desktop Environment was also adopted by RebeccaBlackOS, a Linux "live" distribution intended to serve as a technology preview.[4]

See also[edit]

  • MoonLightDE – a fork of LXQt that merges the basic desktop components into a single application