> You mean the X11 which Wayland is trying to shoot in the head? I'm sure when half your apps are Wayland apps tied to your physical machine that remote work using them will be *such* a lot of fun.
On the contrary, Wayland will include X11 support - but it won't be loaded by default. That makes sense, since 98% of linux users never use the remote desktop features of X11 - but for those who need it, it will be there. Think of OSX X11 support, done right.