quick start docs say:
For Linux you need Wayland and the wayland-client, wayland-egl, wayland-cursor, and xkbcommon development packages.
It would be nice if this documented exactly the commands to run to install these dependencies under at least one common Linux variety, such as Ubuntu.
sudo apt install wayland-client wayland-egl wayland-cursor xkbcommon
fails for me with
Unable to locate package wayland-client etc.
I'm not even sure whether I'm able to use gio on stock Ubuntu 16.04 which I'm currently running.
I added instructions for Fedora. I'm not sure what the Ubuntu equivalent packages are.
It seems that Ubuntu 17.10 is the earliest with Wayland support, which means 18.04 is the earliest supported release with Wayland.
According to https://packages.ubuntu.com/bionic/libdevel/ the required packages are:
I'll add them to README.md.