@mrneilypops. You bet, some traffic can help.
Yes, I am sure some traffic does help.
I look forward to releasing dwmX ‘NEXT?’’ BUT…
It is so easy easy to install any base distro, add X [etc…] and then install dwm plus ‘the other suckless bits’
Having said the above, I do understand the need for an INTRO ‘distrolette’ like dwmX to get some familiarity with the dynamic tiling concept.
@mrneilypops, how are you progressing? Will we see this anytime soon? So excited for this
Slow progress…moving back to a stable Devuan Ascii base with stock kernel…just got to copy over config files to new base…slow but still moving forward I hope
Why the move to away from Mother Debian?
Might have to do with that
Little bit of systemd somehow.
My latest testing of dwmX concept has been using Devuan Beowulf +
I want to move to a stable base and stock kernel.
systemd free but one of the main reasons for using Devuan is that when creating test ISOs recently with refractasnapshot on Debian I was getting too many kernel panics on the created ISO…haven’t found the reason for this and I never used to have this problem with Debian…
As I said before I have all my new dwmX configs stored ready to roll.
I will try and keep you guys posted on my progress…
Keep up the great work in there @mrneilypops
Guess one can add the Xanmod kernel repo afterward if wanted.
Please don’t hesitate to share what you have already. We can do something good as a comunity. If you have all the configs ready, should we be able to reproduce your setup on archlabs?
Curious to see your workflow.
Was working in dwm for a years myself. Now using bspwm/sxhkd instead. Surprisingly it uses less resources, easier to config, no need to recompile, gaps included, rouded corners included. Configs are just shell scripts. Simplicity is a one of the most important features for me. And dwm is simple to use but not so simple to configure and maintain.
Right on! Sompin’ to play wiffs
Downloading now, thanks @mrneilypops
Jumping the gun
Thanks for sharing.
dwmX 2019 ALPHA ISO uploading so SF…
Thanks for testing…
Very, very nice work sir!