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authorKylie McClain <kylie@somas.is>2021-06-20 22:36:28 -0400
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Dotfiles of various sorts; scripts, configuration files, modifications, etc.
----
-$ mkdir ~/git
-$ git clone --bare https://git.mutiny.red/somasis/me ~/git/me.git
-$ git --git-dir=~/git/me.git --work-tree=~ checkout
+$ mkdir ~/src
+$ git clone --bare https://src.mutiny.red/somasis/me ~/src/me.git
+$ git --git-dir=~/src/me.git --work-tree=~ checkout
$ make
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:mess: https://leahneukirchen.org/blog/archive/2006/01/keeping-your-home-clean-with-mess.html
-* https://skarnet.org/software/s6[s6]
-* https://skarnet.org/software/execline[execline] - language used for some scripts in ~/bin
-* https://github.com/alacritty/alacritty[alacritty] - non-VTE based terminal without much cruft
- (in my opinion)
- ** I was at one point interested in trying `st`, but it's a different garbage fire entirely.
-* https://github.com/baskerville/bspwm[bspwm] - tiling window manager
-* https://github.com/baskerville/sxhkd[sxhkd] - keyboard shortcut daemon
-* https://github.com/polybar/polybar[polybar] - desktop panel (clock, workspace switcher, window
- titles, system tray, now playing, etc.)
- ** I'd like something simpler, but nothing else seems to have as much usability. I also
- considered lemonbar in the past.
- ** https://github.com/baskerville/xtitle[xtitle] - used as a script module on polybar,
- prints window titles, printing new titles on focus change; one would think xdotool or
- something most people already have would do this, but it doesn't seem so.
-* https://github.com/google/xsecurelock[xsecurelock] - screen locker with emphasis on high security
- ** https://bitbucket.org/raymonad/xss-lock[xss-lock] - integrate locker with suspend events
-* https://github.com/Airblader/unclutter-xfixes[unclutter-xfixes] - hides mouse pointer when typing
- and after a period of time
-* https://git.causal.agency/catgirl[catgirl] - IRC client
- ** I use the `catgirls` script located in `~/bin` to make it integrate well with tmux and my
- desktop keyboard shortcuts.
-* https://git.causal.agency/pounce[pounce] - IRC bouncer; running on a different machine
-* https://git.causal.agency/litterbox[litterbox] - IRC logger; running on a different machine
-* https://github.com/tmux/tmux[tmux]
-* {mess}[mess] - system for creating temporary, yet archived working directories (a port of the
- Ruby script is located in ~/bin)
-* https://www.musicpd.org/[Music Player Daemon]
- ** https://github.com/MusicPlayerDaemon/mpdscribble[mpdscribble] - lastfm/listenbrainz scrobbler
-* https://aerc-mail.org/[aerc] - mail client
+[small] (unlinked tools can be found in `~/bin`)
+
+.Organizational tools
+* `list-{add,color,query}`: tools for managing todo.txt files; I don't like todo.sh that much,
+ it feels overengineered, so I have my own I've worked on some. Not really complete, though.
+* `mess`: {mess}[a system] for creating temporary, yet archived working directories (a port of
+ Leah's original Ruby script, with some additions, is used).
+
+.Desktop tools
+* https://invisible-island.net/xterm/[xterm]: my terminal.
+ Check `~/etc/X11/xresources` for the configuration.
+* https://github.com/lemonboy/bar[lemonbar]: desktop panel.
+ See `~/bin/panel-*` for the scripts which make up output displayed on it.
+ ** https://github.com/baskerville/xtitle[xtitle]: used for showing window titles.
+ One would think `xdotool` could do this, but alas, it can't do everything `xtitle` does due
+ to having no way to track window title changes on focused windows, only on focus changing.
+* https://github.com/baskerville/bspwm[bspwm]: tiling window manager
+* https://github.com/baskerville/sxhkd[sxhkd]: keyboard shortcut daemon.
+* https://github.com/google/xsecurelock[xsecurelock]: screen locker with emphasis on high security.
+ ** https://bitbucket.org/raymonad/xss-lock[xss-lock]: integrate locker with suspend events.
+ ** See `xsecurelockd` for my setup.
+* https://github.com/Airblader/unclutter-xfixes[unclutter-xfixes]: hide mouse pointer when typing
+ and after a timeout.
+* https://github.com/dunst-project/dunst[dunst]: notification daemon.
+
+.Desktop theming
+* https://typeof.net/Iosevka/[Iosevka]: font family of choice.
+ ** However... I currently am using http://people.mpi-inf.mpg.de/~uwe/misc/uw-ttyp0[ttyp0] as
+ my main font on a few things, namely xterm and lemonbar. Mainly because of trying to
+ establish consistency on account of lemonbar not supporting Xft without a patch, a patch that
+ is not currently up to date with the latest version of lemonbar.
+* https://github.com/jnsh/arc-theme[Arc]: GTK theme of choice.
+
+
+.Utilities
+* https://docs.xfce.org/xfce/thunar/start[Thunar]: Xfce's file manager, which I tolerate.
+* https://github.com/mawww/kakoune[kakoune]: modal text editor integrating with other Unix tools.
+* https://skarnet.org/software/execline[execline]: language used for some scripts.
+* https://github.com/tmux/tmux[tmux]: terminal multiplexer, which I don't use much given that bspwm
+ is almost always enough for me, but I use it for managing my IRC clients and when I'm without
+ an X session for some reason.
+* https://github.com/leahneukirchen/xe[xe]: god-like xargs alternative.
+* https://github.com/davatorium/rofi[rofi]: the most usable dmenu alternative. I don't like it much.
+* https://github.com/leahneukirchen/rwc[rwc]: "run when changed".
+
+.Music
+* https://www.musicpd.org/[Music Player Daemon].
+* https://github.com/MusicPlayerDaemon/mpdscribble[mpdscribble]: lastfm/listenbrainz scrobbler.
+* https://github.com/cdrummond/cantata[Cantata]: Qt5 MPD client.
+
+.Web
+* https://www.qutebrowser.org/[qutebrowser]: a web browser using PyQt5 and QtWebEngine.
+ Probably the best alternative to the major browsers.
+* https://github.com/newsboat/newsboat[newsboat]: RSS reader. I used to like it a lot, I'd like an
+ alternative nowadays. Using something like `rss2email` or `sfeed` is predicated on me having a
+ mail client I like more, though.
+
+.Mail
+* https://aerc-mail.org/[aerc]: mail client.
** Buggy, written in Go, and somewhat underdeveloped, but it's not as irritating to configure as
- mutt or neomutt.
-* http://isync.sourceforge.net/[mbsync] - mailbox synchronizer, synchronizing between remote IMAP
- folders and local Maildirs.
-* https://github.com/leahneukirchen/mblaze[mblaze] - maildir tools, only currently used for the new
- mail count in polybar
-* https://github.com/leahneukirchen/rwc[rwc] - "run when changed"
-* https://github.com/newsboat/newsboat[newsboat] - RSS reader
-* https://git.mutiny.red/mutiny/idioms[idioms] - scripting idioms used throughout ~/bin
-* https://github.com/mawww/kakoune[kakoune] - modal text editor that integrates nicely with other
- Unix tools
-* https://mkws.sh/pp.html[pp] - preprocessor that calls out to shell
- ** I've considered just switching and learning how to use m4 recently, though. Cuts out a
- dependency.
-* https://github.com/dunst-project/dunst[dunst] - notification daemon
-* https://github.com/davatorium/rofi[rofi] - the best dmenu alternative
+ mutt or neomutt. I don't really like it though.
+* https://github.com/leahneukirchen/mblaze[mblaze]: maildir tools, only currently used for showing
+ an unread mail count on my panel though...
+* http://isync.sourceforge.net/[mbsync]: mailbox synchronizer, propagating changes between remote
+ IMAP folders and local Maildirs.
+
+.Chat
+* https://discord.com[Discord]: begrudgingly.
+ ** With https://github.com/leovoel/BeautifulDiscord[beautiful-discord], so I can fix the style
+ to be more as I'd like (it looks kinda IRC-ish).
+* https://git.causal.agency/catgirl[catgirl]: IRC client.
+ ** I use the `catgirls` script located in `~/bin` to make it integrate well with a matching
+ tmux config and my desktop keyboard shortcuts.
+* https://git.causal.agency/pounce[pounce]: IRC bouncer; running on a different machine.
+* https://git.causal.agency/litterbox[litterbox]: IRC logger; running on a different machine.