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Humor: An Environmentally-friendly Desktop

In an effort to be more environmentally conscious, I've decided to make my desktop more green. And although my sympathies lie with California's Central Valley farmers, I've also decided to show my support of the delta smelt by switching to a shell called "fish".

Do I think my actions will solve global warming? No--but it's important for each of us to do our part!

Comments

livibetter said…
Probably good for eyes as well.
keitheis said…
I have mistook it as "eventually-friendly"
I thought you are using XMonad from your few posts about its configuration. Disappointment! ;)
Andriy Drozdyuk said…
How is fish working out for you? Saw you post about it before. Are you sticking with it?
> I thought you are using XMonad from your few posts about its configuration. Disappointment! ;)

I get bored with my desktop pretty easily, so I try out lots of things ;) I think I like GNOME Shell the best, but I'm waiting for them to fix a few bugs that caused me a lot of pain.
> How is fish working out for you? Saw you post about it before. Are you sticking with it?

It's been a week, and I still like it. It took me a while to read all the documentation and to port my .zshrc, .zshenv, and .zlogin.

The only drawback for me is that a lot of documentation (including my own) for various things assumes you're using sh.