This project aims to keep the KDE3.5 computing style alive, as well as polish off any rough edges that were present as of KDE 3.5.10. Along the way, new useful features will be added to keep the environment up-to-date.
Toward that end, significant new enhancements have already been made in areas
... [More] such as display control, network connectivity, user authentication, and much more!
NOTE: This project is not an official continuation of KDE3.5 by KDE e.V., which will not be creating new releases of the KDE3 series. This is an independent fork using a largely separate developer community. [Less]
monsterwm is a minimal, lightweight, tiny but monsterous dynamic tiling window manager. It will try to stay as small as possible. Currently under 750 lines with the config file included. It provides a set of different layout modes (see below), and has partial floating mode support. Each virtual
... [More] desktop has its own properties, unaffected by other desktops' settings. For screenshots and ramblings/updates check the topic on ArchLinux forums. [Less]
The Wizard Desktop is a set of simple applications that maintain a common user experience along with a simple window manager. The underlying framework will allow a single-user multiple network connected computers paradigm. Communications between the framework and applications are standardized
... [More], programs can be swapped out at will. Please post a review if you use this software. [Less]