Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 31st May 2007 21:08 UTC
Window Managers "If you use a traditional desktop like GNOME or KDE, a keyboard-controlled desktop with a minimum of utilities may seem like stepping back 10 or 15 years in the history of interface design. Why bother, when traditional desktops are easy to use and RAM and disk space are so cheap nowadays?" On a related note, there is a new release of xmonad, a tiling window manager for X, written in Haskell. It now has full Xinerama and XRandR support, so you can add, remove, or rotate monitors on the fly.
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by Dually on Fri 1st Jun 2007 05:31 UTC
Dually
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2005-07-26

Looks like someone needs to implement a security feature on the register section.

On topic: I think the simplified interfaces are very interesting. I hope that the concept can be modernized more yet keep its simplicity. Also make it easier for people to get into and remove some of the steeper learning curves. Then again maybe I am too easily confused ;)

Edited 2007-06-01 05:36

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