Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 2nd Feb 2009 18:00 UTC
Graphics, User Interfaces A long time ago, we asked everyone to show their desktops, and we figured it would be nice, on this (for me) cold and dreary Monday to do that all over again, over two years later. The questions remain the same: cluttered or clean? Icons or no icons? Dual or single panel layout in GNOME? How free-form is your Plasma desktop? Are there any real computer users in here (as in, using CDE)? Read on for my own two desktops.
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by pmarin on Tue 3rd Feb 2009 09:14 UTC
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I use the Dinamic Windows Manager becouse sucks less. In the backend I use xfce for the gtk themes.

I have taken this screenshot from my laptop at 1280x800 however I usually use the monocle layout for the laptop and the task layout (like in this screenshot) in my 21,6" flat panel.
A self made TCL script generates the status bar information ( In Linux is very easy because you only need to read files in the /proc filesystem).

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by pmarin on Tue 3rd Feb 2009 09:38 in reply to "DWM"
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by sakeniwefu on Tue 3rd Feb 2009 11:41 in reply to "DWM"
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OpenBSD with dwm. As I live in current and compile everything from source dwm is the best DE.

Edited 2009-02-03 11:42 UTC

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