Canonical would consider its own display server to develop as a replacement for three decades old X.org. This would Builder Ubuntu Wayland the project, a modern display server where for some time to be worked, can skip.
In 2010 showed Ubuntu leader Mark Shuttleworth even know that the Linux developer had the necessary interest for the Wayland project as a possible successor to X.org. Early 2012 was the first stable version of the display server delivered and again gave Ubuntu developer Canonical with distros like Fedora that they wanted to use Wayland.
Nevertheless, the interest in Wayland in Ubuntu to be cooled; diving from Canonical evidence that the developers are busy with their ‘own’ display server, so writes Omg Ubuntu. This could possibly have used Ubuntu Phone, the Linux version of Ubuntu that Canonical developed for smartphones. Demonstrated test versions of the operating system would certainly not run on Wayland or X.org.
Also Jono Bacon, community manager for Ubuntu, has already indicated that both display servers insufficiently reflect the future of Canonical. These are in particular the development of a mobile version and an Ubuntu edition for Smart TV. Furthermore, Bacon that within a few weeks more will be known about a possible new display server by Canonical, partly as a test image for Ubuntu Mobile will be released.Possibly it accounts for some specific modifications to Wayland or X.org, because the development of an entirely new display server time and manpower takes.