2012/Using XMonad for a No-Nonsense, Highly Productive Linux Desktop Experience
Many Linux desktop environments try to be easy to use for the average user, but that’s not you. You’re at your computer all day writing code; you don’t want to mess around with dragging windows or (ugh) watching animated transitions. David Brewer will demonstrate how by using xmonad, a tiling window manager, you can free yourself from the tyranny of the mouse.
Speaker: David Brewer
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GitHub repository for tallk: https://github.com/davidbrewer/xmonad-ubuntu-conf
This repository contains the xmonad configuration discussed in the talk, plus instructions on how to install it and how to use it.
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