Re: [dwm] [OT] frequency scaling and power consumption

2009-05-09 Thread hiro
On Sat, May 9, 2009 at 7:29 AM, Kurt H Maier karmaf...@gmail.com wrote: From a physics standpoint if you're generating less heat you're consuming less power. # Kurt H Maier And you generate less heat when you allow the cpu to take advantage of it's high frequencies at high loads, because

Re: [dwm] [idea] mwm - minimal/minimun/monocle window manager

2009-04-27 Thread hiro
But here is the URL to wikipedia if you prefer that: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C_(programming_language) He probably means this page: http://cm.bell-labs.com/cm/cs/cbook/ But I guess his point was that you should have provided that standard information (copied from above web page): The C

Re: [dwm] [idea] mwm - minimal/minimun/monocle window manager

2009-04-27 Thread hiro
+0200 hiro 23h...@googlemail.com wrote: Forums are a disease, but they are successful, because people are always glad about the neat, animated smiley's, there are proudly occupied moderators, and a lot of cool features for the administrator to play with. Mathml support, flash games and reading

Re: [dwm] uzbl. A browser that adheres to the unix philosophy.

2009-04-23 Thread hiro
Thanks, that sounds great! Now we only need a working flash replacement:( But I'm eager to try this out at home this evening. On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 5:21 PM, Dusan ef_...@yahoo.com wrote: Just to notify community: http://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=70700p=1 Web kit minimal browser,

Re: [dwm] autoconf

2009-03-19 Thread hiro
hm probably (c) would be better there (and in the license) utf-8 is great *especially* in the license:)

Re: [dwm] autoconf

2009-03-19 Thread hiro
Discuss this on the autoconf mailinglist, please... We're all users and thus don't want to waste our time on this stuff from hell.

Re: [dwm] suckless.org stylesheet glitch

2009-03-13 Thread hiro
Me neither. Here with opera I see that it will only be fast if it has already resolved the host name. After clearing the cache every single subdomain of suckless.org takes several seconds to load up at the first time, whereas cat-v.org will always show up instantly. I have no idea how to debug

Re: [dwm] Suckess Code Management

2009-03-12 Thread hiro
8. music - turntables and mpd/sonata Do you have multiple instances of mpd and control them with your turntables?

Re: [dwm] Suckess Code Management

2009-03-12 Thread hiro
but there is a very good (and suckless!) digital vinyl emulation software for Unix: http://www.xwax.co.uk/ Thanks. So far I've been playing only with analog vinyl and this evercrashing windows stuff;) I found some other comments, which sound really promising, so I think I will give this a try:

Re: [dwm] suckless.org stylesheet glitch

2009-03-11 Thread hiro
On 3/11/09, twfb twf...@googlemail.com wrote: On 00:59 Wed 11 Mar , Uriel wrote: Also, www.suckless.org is *SLOW* to the point of being unusable Slight exaggeration perhaps... but it is a little bit slow and was indeed slow even before the switch to werc. Nothing dramatic but noticable

Re: [dwm] [OT] Personal Website and CSS

2009-02-18 Thread hiro
Well, you should use flash, it looks the same on all browsers. My favourite HTML tag is pre. You will need great luck. On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 10:10 PM, Matthias-Christian Ott o...@mirix.org wrote: Hi, since several years I have been planed to launch a personal website. I used to do quite

Re: [dwm] [OT] Personal Website and CSS

2009-02-18 Thread hiro
I think the only way is dropping HTML and CSS altogether and going with something new. I'd be very interested in contributing. I think the replacement should not only focus on presentation but equally on forming a base for less suckish applications which are highly network transparent. Kind

[OT] OFFTOPIC (was: Re: [dwm] Bottom-posting and reply trimming (was: Bottom Stack Patch))

2009-02-10 Thread hiro
how about that? On 2/10/09, markus schnalke mei...@marmaro.de wrote: [2009-02-10 06:51] Kurt H Maier karmaf...@gmail.com Please mark mailing-list etiquette posts as off-topic, so my mail client and filter them appropriately. Thanks. Can you please tell me how to do so. I know people who

Re: [OT] OFFTOPIC (was: Re: [dwm] Bottom-posting and reply trimming (was: Bottom Stack Patch))

2009-02-10 Thread hiro
yeah thank you too. Next time I will include the [sarcasm] tag for you... On 2/10/09, Enno Gottox Boland got...@gmail.com wrote: don't introduce totally senseless rules noone respects. btw stfu. :) thanks. Gottox 2009/2/10, hiro 23h...@googlemail.com: how about that? On 2/10/09

Re: [dwm] Re: What happened here?

2009-01-25 Thread hiro
On Sun, Jan 25, 2009 at 6:28 PM, Christian Garbs mi...@cgarbs.de wrote: On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 01:42:32PM +0100, hiro wrote: On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 11:22 AM, Yoshi Rokuko yoshi.rok...@yokuts.org wrote: On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 10:37:58AM +0100, hiro wrote: Still, dwm somehow seems very

Re: [dwm] Re: What happened here?

2009-01-25 Thread hiro
Dwm is also philosophically transformational if you've not previously absorbed the concept of Simplicity as a Virtue. I don't understand a word, sorry. And yeah, I understand what simplicity is about...

Re: [dwm] Re: What happened here?

2009-01-20 Thread hiro
I think andrew's point is about dwm's very own style. You can, though, use dwm without any problems out of the box, and thus I don't fully agree with him. Still, dwm somehow seems very much not unix alike for me.

Re: [dwm] Re: What happened here?

2009-01-20 Thread hiro
On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 11:22 AM, Yoshi Rokuko yoshi.rok...@yokuts.org wrote: On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 10:37:58AM +0100, hiro wrote: Still, dwm somehow seems very much not unix alike for me. what do you mean, or what would be a more nix'isch WM? regards, y0shi Could be, that X doesn't

Re: [dwm] Re: What happened here?

2009-01-20 Thread hiro
On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 2:33 PM, markus schnalke mei...@marmaro.de wrote: [2009-01-20 13:42] hiro 23h...@googlemail.com On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 11:22 AM, Yoshi Rokuko yoshi.rok...@yokuts.org wrote: On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 10:37:58AM +0100, hiro wrote: Still, dwm somehow seems very much

Re: [dwm] Asustek EEE PC 1000 Atom 1GB 40G SSD Linux Black

2008-09-05 Thread hiro
On Fri, Sep 5, 2008 at 2:50 PM, Anselm R Garbe [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 2008/9/5 Matthias-Christian Ott [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Anselm R Garbe wrote: What do people think about such an EEE PC as low budget option to run dwm on? Any experiences already if the screen is big enough for daily work? I

Re: [dwm] DockBox - A Tiling Window Manager for Windows

2008-07-30 Thread hiro
Thanks, that's interesting.

Re: [dwm] New website launch

2008-07-16 Thread hiro
cangratiolations, you have reached the next level.

Re: [dwm] Freedom (was: Re: sic ipv6 patch)

2008-05-21 Thread hiro
That's our freedom (in your definition). Szabolcs and I can use terms in another way than you, you hiro can curse on public mailing lists, and I can decide to stop discussing with people who swear and get personal. This is not politics, it's the internet, boy. Though you could nee some

Re: [dwm] Freedom (was: Re: sic ipv6 patch)

2008-05-20 Thread hiro
She's not public domain. :P SHE is public domain. And you can probably get all her stuff from bittorrent. Some people here better give this a try. This is more benefit than reading stupid LICENSEs

Re: [dwm] Freedom (was: Re: sic ipv6 patch)

2008-05-20 Thread hiro
to be free, but the code doesn't mind. It is just letters and stuff. neither free nor unfree. Leave it simple! -- hiro

Re: [dwm] Freedom (was: Re: sic ipv6 patch)

2008-05-20 Thread hiro
On 5/20/08, Kurt H Maier [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, May 20, 2008 at 8:43 AM, Matthias Kirschner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Why do you think a user who gets DWM in a binary on some device knows a) that this is DWM and b) knows that DWM is licensed under MIT? So this user does not have

Re: [dwm] Freedom (was: Re: sic ipv6 patch)

2008-05-20 Thread hiro
On 5/20/08, Sylvain Bertrand [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, May 20, 2008 at 4:52 PM, hiro [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hu? There is another license as secure than the GPL to protect against code closing? You mix everything up. There is no need for protection of open code. Well many

Re: [dwm] Freedom (was: Re: sic ipv6 patch)

2008-05-20 Thread hiro
is, you can offer an unlimited amount of software apps in closed source and it will not hinder anyone in doing what he'd like to do. Even if they are all copys of the same public domain code... -- hiro

Re: [dwm] Freedom (was: Re: sic ipv6 patch)

2008-05-20 Thread hiro
funny. This is plain ridiculous -- hiro

Re: [dwm] sic ipv6 patch

2008-05-19 Thread hiro
Why don't you just use the beerware license? It's really easy to understand. And you will get a lot more out of it.

Re: [dwm] sic ipv6 patch

2008-05-19 Thread hiro
use single GPL licensed software, use Linux and secure your digital freedom! You think this is freedom?

Re: [dwm] Freedom (was: Re: sic ipv6 patch)

2008-05-19 Thread hiro
it's so easy guys. freedom is when you don't mind looking into LICENSE. Ever heard of pipi langstrumpf?

Re: [dwm] snapping bugs with multiple screens

2008-05-06 Thread hiro
btw. what naming convention do bx, by, bw,wx,... follow?

Re: [dwm] snapping bugs with multiple screens

2008-05-05 Thread hiro
Polls are stupid. All these recently added features seemed to me as if they are rather a matter of popularity, not sanity. Dwm got off course and needs some clear objectives again!

Re: [dwm] snapping bugs with multiple screens

2008-05-05 Thread hiro
There is this stupid idea called democracy (just in case you heard of it) and I tried to establish just a tiny fraction of it here in the dwm development process. Shame on me! At the beginning dwm was Anselm's baby, and he said it shall only fit his needs. He made this very clear and I

Re: [dwm] snapping bugs with multiple screens

2008-05-05 Thread hiro
very often (usually every four years). [Just by the way.] The results of the polls are still bad, that's also no real point. It works usually that way on the mailing list, doesn't it? -9e99 I don't think so. It's still a discussion you want. -- hiro

Re: [dwm] snapping bugs with multiple screens

2008-05-05 Thread hiro
Come on it's enough now. Do you remember how this pointless discussion started: | Polls are stupid. I just wanted to involve the users a bit on this issue. And in fact this statement is stupid and not polls. Yes, of course. And this has to be discussed (with a certain framework of

Re: [dwm] [OT] minimalistic bbs/forum

2008-04-11 Thread hiro
you don't like mailing lists? I can't see the use of a forum... -- hiro

Re: [dwm] [OT] minimalistic bbs/forum

2008-04-11 Thread hiro
how about a web interface to a mailing list? you could tell them to get a google account...

Re: [dwm] A rather radical thought

2008-04-02 Thread hiro
it would be hilariously great. i've tried it, but never saw the point of this not-so-revolutionary concept.

Re: [dwm] A rather radical thought

2008-04-02 Thread hiro
I am still eager to sea a really acme-like *interface* additionally to only it's layout. But i assume this is not your ambition.

Re: [dwm] DWM Tricot

2008-03-24 Thread hiro
You wouldn't need all these different ones if you had my I suck shirt. -- hiro

Re: [dwm] recent changes

2008-03-13 Thread hiro
is not made for xinerama. But it used to be on the todo list... -- hiro

Re: [dwm] Some things about dmenu...

2008-03-08 Thread hiro
Well, thanks for pointing that out, then. I'm happy you don't want it. On 3/8/08, Antoni Grzymala [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: hiro dixit (2008-03-08, 09:30): this is not this unix convention's purpose. I don't see any use of that feature in dmenu. You could always write a wrapper around

Re: [dwm] [OT] vimperator

2008-03-05 Thread hiro
The web is full of visual bloat. That's why your web browser must be compatible, thus be bloat, too. Vimperator is no big win. If you want a better web, provide mountable interfaces to the important services... And regarding firefox: I tried to print ten pages from firefox yesterday. It slowly

Re: [dwm] xinerama, things get more and more useful

2008-03-02 Thread hiro
On 3/1/08, Nicolas Martyanoff [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sat, 1 Mar 2008 05:33:03 -0500 hiro [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I just tried the last hg version, and I am a bit disappointed. The idea to divide up the tags between the screens isn't really ergonomic. A dual

Re: [dwm] xinerama, things get more and more useful

2008-03-01 Thread hiro
(yes it was painful), it's not possible anymore. I really hope this is gonna change :( Regards, -- Nicolas Martyanoff http://codemore.org [EMAIL PROTECTED] Try xmonad, it's usable for the things i'm doing -- hiro

Re: [dwm] xinerama, things get more and more useful

2008-02-29 Thread hiro
among different views (screens) might need mouse assistance in some cases, so I'm aware of this already. http://www.suckless.org/shots/dwm-xinerama-new.png Kind regards, -- Anselm R. Garbe http://www.suckless.org/ GPG key: 0D73F361 -- hiro 2log Description: Binary data

Re: [dwm] We need a different Xinerama implementation

2008-02-21 Thread hiro
I'm using xmonad now, because hg tip isn't usable with Xinerama yet. And their model is what i wanted, except window swapping

Re: [dwm] We need a different Xinerama implementation

2008-02-16 Thread hiro
of a religion here. The differences are quite small, and the only really simple solution is not changing everything. You shouldn't just believe! I vote for thoughtfulness. -- hiro

Re: [dwm] Xinerama and multihead support

2008-02-14 Thread hiro
can use the whole capabilities of Xinerama. Here you are, Nicolas. hiro

Re: [dwm] We need a different Xinerama implementation

2008-02-14 Thread hiro
I consider different tagsets for each screen, which can't be selected in a join way, to prevent the basic problem of being unable to display the same window on different screens. It doesn't really fix that problem, but limits the user to make it seem more logically. And specially if one of

Re: [dwm] [PATCH] slock with DPMS.

2008-02-11 Thread hiro
What do you people do so that others won't just ctrl-alt-backspace back to the open console session?

Re: [dwm] rfc: patch: xinerama support

2008-02-07 Thread hiro
setting up my screens, this patch is the first i found to serve a working xinerama environment. And it feels great. Even though i don't like dwm's strict 2-column design, this patch shows a lot of potential, very well done! -- hiro