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Yet Another Functional Programmer


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comment SDK for Developer
@uray GNU/Linux is a living breathing environment going through a lot of changes. Writing it off as having a porely developed userland is very subjective. For most of it's history it has been the platform of power-users, people who spend most of their time in text, shunning the world of Desktop Environments and other hoo-ey. This has been changing lately as GNU/Linux gains wider exceptence/use. If you embrace the Unix side of linux, it is much more rich and well developed than OSX or Windows. If you're looking for shiny mouse-bait, you'll have to wait for it to catch up.
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comment Need advice in choosing a tiling WM
Ratpoison is both rediculously light weight, and very easy to configure. StumpWM is, of course, for customizability the winner here, but Lisp gives it both a slight over-head and a higher barier-to-entry for people unfamiliar with Lisp. That being said, StumpWM is still very light-weight to modern standards.
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revised What are the pros and cons of Vim and Emacs?
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revised What is/are the standard CLI program(s) to manage users and groups?
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answered What is/are the standard CLI program(s) to manage users and groups?
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revised Software developer switching from Linux to OS X, what are the gotchas?
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