I think security, while important in itself, in this case should be the last of your worries. People running your distro just wanna play with Wayland, see how it works, period. Thanks for your hard work.
Edit: Just to clarify, if you need to sacrifice security to make Wayland work better - go for it.
The smaller one doesn't have debugging symbols in the binaries, and all the -dev packages, and other development related packages are removed.
If you're just using wayland, there shouldn't be a user visible difference between the two (except one uses less space)
Thanks, I downloaded the reduced one. And man it's awesome, I almost cried! After all these years the most annoying thing since back in the time when I used Beryl, the slow resizing of windows, is finally gone. I was also glad to see that EFL is already installed and that it is working perfectly. I liked the "Flip Page" test in particular. Hopefully this will eventually get integrated into an EFL pdf reader. Now I really can't wait for Fedora 20 or so when I can finally have a native Wayland desktop with Enlightenment. Developers, please hurry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Another little thing I noticed is that buttons in Gtk applications now have an animated hover effect. I don't know if this is because of the new Gtk version or just because of the theme, but it is nice.