Pretty much, right now I am running the EOS Sway ISO on a partition to test it (I installed it in AL but too lazy to configure it, tested before on earlier installs, maybe even in Sparky, I forget). I figure it’s time to migrate to it now,
I’m too short to play Center for the Los Angeles Lakers. Doesn’t mean I can’t be part of a campaign for Jeannie Buss get rid of her idiot brother from running them into the ground. Which she had, although I never was part of any campaign because her brother was running the team into the ground, and I hate the NBA refs, so I stopped watching the Lakers and the NBA.
Same thing but with XFCE. This time it’s on a luks2+btrfs layout with systemd-boot using snapper to manage snapshots/rollbacks. Pretty much achieved what Ubuntu is doing with ZFS but using all in kernel stuff. The only problem with BTRFS is you really need 2 drives since it does not have an ARC like ZFS. I’ll just keep rsyncing/tar’ing backups as well.
Edit: also put the swap in zram with the systemd generator like Fedora does it.
@nwg you’ll notice I installed a real browser for a change.
Some guy from Brazil complained on r/swaywm about not having a dock or widget or conky or anything to display time in his co-workers’ time zones. He wanted to get rid of 4 clocks hanging above his desk. Use of a panel was out of the question. I thought to make a wrapper capable of displaying a script output (refreshed in intervals) or a static text file content on the desktop, in Conky-like manner. It should work on all wlroots-based compositors.