>>66050005>Another sway (0.15.2) user here
I know we call 0.15.2 our stable release, but I'd recommend giving 1.0-alpha a shot. It works a shitload better, aside from a few missing features and the occasional breaking bug.>are you on IRC?
Yes, I'm ascent12.>I'd be interested in your choice of software for developing in Wayland
I just use Vim. Whatever editor you use probably works fine under Wayland.>Frustrating that firefox isn't quite Wayland ready
It works fine in Xwayland, with only a couple of minor hiccups. Mainly we don't have Xwayland drag-and-drop fully working yet (so moving tabs around is a pain), and we have some weird issues with transparency. I'm using it right now to type out this post.>I'd like to start contributing to the project but I'm fairly new to developing on Linux
#sway-devel is where all of that happens. We often get people asking about what they can do to help. Asking there is your best bet.
I'll say that you'd probably need a somewhat decent understanding of C and how to develop software for unix-like systems if you really want to get into the meat of things.