Living with ratpoison (March 19, 2005, 0) - I use the wonderfully minimalist
ratpoison window manager.
Unlike most window managers, ratpoison leaves my shortcut keys alone.
I can do everything without lifting my hands from the keyboard.
The important parts of my ~/.Xsession are simply:
This is my ~/.ratpoisonrc
Whenever I start up X, I get Emacs in full-screen mode. I can use F11
c to create
Deskbar applet – GNOME coolness! (April 15, 2006, 0) - If you’re on the GNOME windowing environment, check out nafai77′s blog entry about Deskbar. Totally cool. It’s almost like Quicksilver for non-Macs.
On Technorati: linux, gnome
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Looking for GNOME geekettes! (June 14, 2006, 0) - Chris Ball wrote:
If you might have any contacts to help get the word out about a project
we’ve just launched over at GNOME — we’re going to sponsor three female
students to hack on GNOME for two months.
Lots more details at:
It’d be awesome if you could pass this on to anyone who might be
interested — we have
Software Freedom Day (June 7, 2005, 0) -
1. Why Sept. 10? What’s the significance of that date?
Hehe… well, that wss the day that Open Minds (now the Opensource
Technology Association of the Philippines) declared “war” on
Microsoft in a press conference back in 2002.
Note that the Software Freedom Day, worldwide, strongly discourages
bashing of any companies or individuals. Including Microsoft.
It’s not about war. It’s about