In response to one of my Reddit posts, I’ve been asked to what “mesa-X11” and “android” refer in your graphical representation.
I’m guessing that “mesa-X11” probably refers to running X Clients under Wayland (XWayland).
Also, I’m guessing (with even less confidence) that “android” in your graphical representation serves to demonstrate that Mir will display diverse Wayland clients, potentially even containerized Android apps displayed as Wayland clients.
Are my guesses correct? If not, would you please clarify?
I should explain that the basis for my guess regarding the significance of “android” in your representation is that Google’s Arc++ relies, at least in part, on Wayland for window management and input related communication between containerized Android apps and Chrome OS.
I hope that someday we’ll see Anbox working in conjunction with Mir.