||4 months ago|
|desktop||1 year ago|
|general||4 months ago|
|laptop||10 months ago|
|scripts||10 months ago|
|themes/chrome||1 year ago|
|util||1 year ago|
|README.md||1 year ago|
|pkglist||2 years ago|
A neat copy of everything clogging up my home folder whenever I'm looking for something important.
|alacritty||Hacker window for getting into the mainframe|
|cabal||Package manager for code I don't understand|
|emacs||Vim, just better|
|GHC||Compiler settings for code I don't understand|
|htop||Frozen computer culprit detective|
|i3||Budget version of xmonad|
|i3status||Status updates for the overmentioned|
|ncmpcpp/mpd||Music player I can't live without|
|newsboat||Good in the morning, with a cup of coffee|
|nvim||Emacs, just better|
|picom||Screens are best when they don't tear|
|qutebrowser||Surf the web without a mouse|
|rofi||Who needs desktop shortcuts anyways?|
|tmux||Terminals inside terminals inside terminals|
|xmonad||Windowpanes, but not actually|
|zathura||PDF reader, no more, no less|
|zsh||Bash, just cooler|
Other stuff I've used before, but want to keep the configuration for.
I quite like this terminal. It's always my goto if something is not working properly in alacritty. I sometimes spin it up if I really need blinking text for some reason.
However, it's deprecated ¯_(ツ)_/¯
This terminal is quick, but just a tad bit "too quick" for me. By only focusing on speed, it leaves features like IMEs hanging, which is my reason for using alacritty instead.
To be honest, I don't use file managers that much nowadays.
ls is my friend.