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SO, this weekend, I finished the server-side programming for my app framework and CMS. Think it weighs in at around 50K lines of code. It's working quite well. Next up, to finish the UI, javadoc documentation, and end user documentation. It has been a LOT of work, and looking back on it, I'm quite happy with how it's turning out.

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Sorted out how to have OpenGL acceleration on both the Intel and Nvidia GPUs, in Linux, on an Nvidia Optimus-enabled laptop...

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Finally got around to prettifying my Linux desktop!  I had to compile Conky from source, for the Lua bindings, and the CPU info is generated from nproc and /proc/cpuinfo, rather than Conky, as I've found them to be more flexible and reliable. The conkryc, Lua and POSIX scripts, as well as the fonts used, are all open sourced, can be downloaded from here:  https://github.com/antonio-malcolm/conky-configs. Notes for compiling Conky from source are here: http://git.io/vY6PR
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Sorted out compiling Conky and its requirements for Lua binding, from source. Because I had to. When the config and scripts are done, there'll be a tutorial, and they'll be free for download and distribution, via the MPL. #Linux

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I've added the Displays Openbox menu to Corgi Scripts. Corgi Scripts is a new POSIX library for creating Openbox pipe menus. It is reusable, is and will be actively maintained for the forseeable future. As always, it's written in pure POSIX and released, open source, under the MPL, v2.0. https://github.com/antonio-malcolm/corgi-scripts Check the screenshots:
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I've added the Displays Openbox menu to Corgi Scripts. Corgi Scripts is a new POSIX library for creating Openbox pipe menus. It is reusable, is and will be actively maintained for the forseeable future. As always, it's written in pure POSIX and released, open source, under the MPL, v2.0. https://github.com/antonio-malcolm/corgi-scripts Check the screenshots:
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2015-07-17
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I've added the Displays Openbox menu to Corgi Scripts. Corgi Scripts is a new POSIX library for creating Openbox pipe menus. It is reusable, is and will be actively maintained for the forseeable future. As always, it's written in pure POSIX and released, open source, under the MPL, v2.0. https://github.com/antonio-malcolm/corgi-scripts Check the screenshots:
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2015-07-17
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I've added the Displays Openbox menu to Corgi Scripts. Corgi Scripts is a new POSIX library for creating Openbox pipe menus. It is reusable, is and will be actively maintained for the forseeable future. As always, it's written in pure POSIX and released, open source, under the MPL, v2.0. https://github.com/antonio-malcolm/corgi-scripts Check the screenshots:
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2015-07-17
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I've added the Displays Openbox menu to Corgi Scripts. Corgi Scripts is a new POSIX library for creating Openbox pipe menus. It is reusable, is and will be actively maintained for the forseeable future. As always, it's written in pure POSIX and released, open source, under the MPL, v2.0. https://github.com/antonio-malcolm/corgi-scripts Check the screenshots:
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2015-07-17
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I've added the Displays Openbox menu to Corgi Scripts. As always, it's written in pure POSIX and released, open source, under the MPL, v2.0. https://github.com/antonio-malcolm/corgi-scripts Check the screenshots:
PhotoPhotoPhotoPhotoPhoto
2015-07-17
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