This will probably end up locked and buried in Recurring Discussions, but I feel the need to express my sincere concern for the future of Ubuntu if Canonical does not cease development of Mir and return to supporting and improving Wayland.
I honestly don't mean to antagonize the developers of Mir. I understand that they have jobs to do and that they may even have justifications for Mir. I simply disagree with the way Canonical turned on Wayland and invested resources into such a huge project that will not be supported by anything else and is going to take a very long time to result in anything useful. There has already been a huge investment in Wayland and it is just starting to pay off. I feel that Canonical has, at a very critical moment, stabbed Wayland in the back, emptied its pockets, and left it for dead.
I filed a bug report on the issue: Bug #1195623 "Waste of resources and development: likely to ostracize Ubuntu from the linux community".
It's my hope that people will join in the discussion here and add their valid complaints against canonical's decision to the bug report.