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Project Summary

Hawaii is an easy to use, fast and lightweight desktop environment based on Wayland and Qt technologies.
It's been tailored for who wants simplicity, consistency, visual appeal and good design.

Hawaii was born to be the Maui desktop environment but can run on any other GNU/Linux distribution.

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c++ cmake compositor dbus desktop_environment freedesktoporg gui interface lightweight linux maui qt qt5 qtquick2 themes wayland window_manager xdg

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Project Security

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C++
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TypeScript
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30 Day Summary

Aug 15 2022 — Sep 14 2022

12 Month Summary

Sep 14 2021 — Sep 14 2022