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What was the Rust project in your portfolio that got you hired as a Rust developer?
8 projects | reddit.com/r/rust | 19 Apr 2022
I didn't get hired but https://github.com/BlazifyOrg/blazex
I'm convinced half of you haven't even downloaded a Linux iso
2 projects | reddit.com/r/pcmasterrace | 25 Jan 2023
I don't buy the fact that it's smoother. I think it really depends on what you are using. I have used bspwm, awesome and even i3 and have enjoyed most of them. I use yabai on macOS and I can see there are actually tiling window mangers for Windows https://github.com/LGUG2Z/komorebi but at that point I'm spending too much time making Windows feel like Linux and I should just use Linux instead.
whkd: A simple hotkey daemon for Windows
6 projects | reddit.com/r/rust | 21 Jan 2023
I'm the maintainer of a tiling window manager written in Rust which has been shared here before, and until recently I was happy enough using AHK to handle key bindings for all my twm actions since it was easy enough to generate an AHK wrapper library for the clap CLI using Rust.
tiling on windows 11
2 projects | reddit.com/r/desktops | 17 Jan 2023
windows tiling: komorebi
AutoHotKey V2 (Breaking Upgrade)
10 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 4 Jan 2023
This is a bit of a PITA for me as most people use AHK to handle shortcuts for komorebi, which led to me generating an AHK library to help people write their configs. Turns out every single line of that generated library (not to mention the entire sample config for newcomers) is now invalid syntax in v2.
I'm taking a month off from development while I'm traveling, maybe I'll feel less salty about this when I get back.
The biggest issue right now is that the Run and RunWait commands require strings for the commands to be executed, and AHK v2 has absolutely garbage support for string interpolation.
Honestly I'm not sure if I'll continue supporting AHK or just develop my own sxhkd (swhkd?) and recommend that for users going forward.
A Dynamic Tiling Window Manager for Windows10/11
2 projects | reddit.com/r/programming | 1 Jan 2023
How does it compare against komorebi?
Ask HN: Are Any of You Tired from macOS and Want to Go Back to Linux?
7 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 13 Dec 2022
Ask HN: What is the most impactful thing you've ever built?
33 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 18 Nov 2022
Right now I'm quite humbled by the number of people who are using Notado to liberate their Twitter Liked Tweets before the collapse that everyone is worrying about.
There are also thousands of people using a tiling window manager for Windows which I originally built for myself and decided to share publicly for free. I still can't believe how popular it has become, very humbling.
Any programs that can do auto-tiling like pop os Linux does?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/customization | 17 Nov 2022
Have you tried Komorebi? https://github.com/LGUG2Z/komorebi
First distro, what could go wrong?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/archlinux | 20 Oct 2022
Show HN: Komorebi – A tiling window manager for Windows 10/11 written in Rust
10 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 11 Oct 2022
* A more general library generator for the main configuration format preferred by the community
Most interestingly for me, I used the subscription service to write an automatic application-aware keyboard layer-switcher, which means that I never have to store a key binding to switch between programmable keyboard layers ever again; whichever window I switch to with my tiling window manager, if there is an application-specific keyboard layer that I have defined with custom bindings, shortcuts etc, they get automatically applied without me even having to think about it.
It's such a huge productivity booster, a real "the future is now" moment for me personally.
What are some alternatives?
leftwm - A tiling window manager for Adventurers
komorebi - A beautiful and customizable wallpapers manager for Linux
bug.n - Tiling Window Manager for Windows
i3-multimonitor-workspace - i3wm Multi-Monitor workspace
win3wm - A Tiling Window Manager for windows 10, Inspired by i3wm
GlazeWM - A tiling window manager for Windows inspired by i3 and Polybar.
i3-gaps - i3-gaps – i3 with more features (forked from https://github.com/i3/i3)
workspacer - a tiling window manager for Windows
umberwm - :ram: a minimalistic X window manager based on tinywm, inspired by qtile.
yasb - A highly configurable cross-platform (Windows) status bar written in Python.
WSL - Issues found on WSL