I have a fairly recent installation of Microos/KDE.
Everything seems to be running nicely under Wayland, with one exception: in most (but not all) applications, I have very ugly fonts. To demonstrate this, I have added to screen captures: on with the LibreOffice writer menu bar under Wayland and one with the same bar under X11.
Please note the warning at the top of the GitHub page.
Possibly, a couple of Wayland font related packages are missing – which could be tricky to fix given, the philosophy taken during the design of openSUSE MicroOS.
[HR][/HR]You may have to submit an openSUSE MicroOS Bug Report via the main Web Page – <https://microos.opensuse.org/> – it’s a specific section of the openSUSE Bugzilla – login is the same as for this Forum.
I have indeed read that the KDE branch of the MicroOS desktop version is not actively maintained. But I took my chances (MicroOS is based on Tumbleweed and I have very good experiences with the KDE version of Tumbleweed) and mostly, things are OK. I had to install a few packages via pkcon and to use occasionally tukit. Examples are the installation of HPLIP and the configuration of my printer and setting up the connection to some network drive. The latter one very likely can also be done completely at the user level, but I have not (yet) figured out how.
But yesterday I issued a “flatpak update” command that updated, between others, LibreOffice. And, to my surprise, when I switched back to Wayland for a last check before trying out the suggestion I mentioned above, the issue was gone.
So for the moment, I am perfectly happy with my MicroOS/KDE desktop.