I've seen "Wayland" referred-to lots of times, but never really understood what it is or what it does better than whatever it might replace. Apparently it's an alternative to X11, but what are its advantages? Apparently some folks are inclined to go through a lot of trouble in order to switch to it, so there must be SOME advantages.
And apparently it's from GNOME, or at least, dependant on it. Does that mean that it's more available or more usable on environments like Budgie or GNOME than on others like Plasma?
Just a matter of curiosity here. I don't have anything against X11, at least that I'm aware of. And I have a great deal of confidence in the Solus team's recommendations.