@Andrew Manning I lost the harddrive of one machine and lost my private key. That's why I had to set up a new identity. I only installed it on my new machine recently. It still feels very clunky and power hungry.
Never heard about Lumina before. A few weeks ago I installed xmonad, but I didn't got yet deeper into it's configuration. It behaves almost the same way as spectrwm, but I think it's because spectrwm was inspired by xmonad
I keep switching. Often I end up using i3. At the moment my project is to use a wm that's included in #Slackware. Right now I'm using a FVWM configuration which is almost behaving like a tiling wm. As a plus FVWM is also the default #OpenBSD wm. (However, I used cwm on my last OpenBSD desktop install...)
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#Slackware 14.2 RC2 is out....
Fri Apr 15 20:37:37 UTC 2016
Finally got some fixes we were waiting for in this new kernel.
It's been almost a month since 14.2rc1 so we'll call this Slackware
14.2 release candidate 2. Almost there. Get in any last-minute
bug reports quickly.
I'm considering installing #Slackware on my Libreboot X200. I don't really use it at the moment because I don't like Trisquel. But I'm too lazy for Free Slack and I'm still a bit reluctant to install any not fully free distro on a Libreboot machine. But then, if I don't use it, it won't help either.
Today I read in the #Slackware log that we'll finally get a proper version of sudo:
New options: --with-insults --with-all-insults --with-pc-insults.
Sorry about this, I know it's a bit silly. ;-)