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Top 9 Zen Open-Source Projects
Awesome Pretrained Chinese NLP Models，高质量中文预训练模型&大模型&多模态模型&大语言模型集合Project mention: Tip for people who want to read Chinese non translated novels but can’t stand MTL | /r/MartialMemes | 2023-03-08
Zen Patched Kernel SourcesProject mention: What Do You Know about Your Linux System? | /r/linuxadmin | 2023-04-08
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🦝 Clean and elegant distraction-free writing for NeoVimProject mention: Authors: how do you make your plugin discoverable and appealing? | /r/neovim | 2022-12-14
Duplicated idea, while it is true that your plugin does center buffer without hiding tabline or statusline, I can do the same in true-zen with 2 lines of configuration). In this case what I would want to strike for is making a very simple script.
Auto-configure CFS and process priorities for improved desktop responsivenessProject mention: Three gaming-focused Linux operating systems beat Windows 11 in gaming benchmark | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-12-03
> I don't know what Popos does to make it more "gaming focused" than vanilla Ubuntu.
They have a few changes, chief among them being the PopOS scheduler which I find to be quite effective: https://github.com/pop-os/system76-scheduler
The desktop itself is a weird custom-baked x11/GNOME customization you won't really get on Ubuntu. Not many distributions can claim the title of being truly "unique", but PopOS does deserve the title in my opinion. Even still it wouldn't be my choice for gaming, but I'll defend it's identity as something more than another GNOME/Debian spin.
An open-source platform for building DIY sand tables (like the Sisyphus or ZenXY)Project mention: Update to my ESP32 Sand Plotter Build | /r/esp32 | 2023-04-29
I was about to start trying to recreate this using an esp32 instead but this project looks way easier.
Collection of tools and scripts useful to automate microscopy workflows in ZEN Blue using Python and Open Application Development tools and AI tools.
Zeus enhancement mod for Arma 3 (by zen-mod)
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The 🌏 data science library you've been waiting for~Project mention: Show HN: Moonshine – open-source, pretrained ML models for satellite | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-03-22
It'd be great to have a page comparing this to other geoML libs. TorchGeo provides pretrained model weights for Sentinel-2: https://torchgeo.readthedocs.io/en/stable/tutorials/pretrain...
there's an existing comparison here: https://github.com/weiji14/zen3geo/discussions/70
Very optimized raptoreum cpu miner
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Three gaming-focused Linux operating systems beat Windows 11 in gaming benchmark
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 3 Dec 2023
Ask HN: New ThinkPad battery life on Ubuntu
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 16 Oct 2023
System76-scheduler 2.0: getting horrible underrunning from seemingly within my interface itself
4 projects | /r/linuxaudio | 11 May 2023
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 25 Apr 2023
What Do You Know about Your Linux System?
1 project | /r/linuxadmin | 8 Apr 2023
7950X3D second CCD is not completely inactive during games
2 projects | /r/Amd | 8 Mar 2023
Custom Kernel Code Reviews? (Liquorix, Xanmod, Zen, etc. and supply chain attacks)
2 projects | /r/linux | 24 Feb 2023
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