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commit 071284af4a2fca133ad9eb3d183db34ed70633f1
parent 01fabfd1131cdbad090cdc6724244f3464ebbabf
Author: z3bra <willy@mailoo.org>
Date:   Fri,  9 Jan 2015 10:59:35 +0100

Fixed a few typos

Diffstat:
2014/12/so-tox-me-maybe.txt | 2+-
2015/01/you-are-the-wm.txt | 13++++++-------
about.txt | 2+-
3 files changed, 8 insertions(+), 9 deletions(-)

diff --git a/2014/12/so-tox-me-maybe.txt b/2014/12/so-tox-me-maybe.txt @@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ They ended up with [tox](https://tox.im/). Check their homepage at least, they will sell the product better than I'll do. Tox is a library allowing encrypted peer-to-peer communication between you and -the world. It comes with a lot of client, each of them having its set of +the world. It comes with a lot of clients, each of them having its set of features. If you want to try tox quickly, consider [utox](http://utox.org/), it is light, fast, featureful and easy-to use. Download it, launch it, and start toxing. It can't be simpler... diff --git a/2015/01/you-are-the-wm.txt b/2015/01/you-are-the-wm.txt @@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ wait for X events (I wont talk about wayland here). Those X events can be of any form: key press, window creation/deletion, mouse move, and so on. The most used events being the keypress events, because the window manager will -perform different actions to arrange you windows. +perform different actions to arrange your windows. With [dcat](http://vps.iotek.org/~dcat), we realized that some programs (sxhkd, xbindkeys and others) already handle those events, and could start programs when @@ -37,16 +37,15 @@ We ended up with [wmutils](http://github.com/wmutils/core). ### Coreutils, for Xorg +`wmutils` stands for "window **manipulation** utilities". + This project aims to provide all the tools needed to manage a list of X windows, while keeping each tool as simple as possible, so that they can easily be glued -together to create complex behaviors. - +together to create complex behaviors. Using wmutils, you can list windows, move/resize/teleport them, change their borders, change their visibility, stacking order, ignore them, focus them, and -more... - -It's power reside in its simplicity. As you can chain commands together, you -could easily perform some action that other WM can't even do. +more... Its power reside in its simplicity. As you can chain commands together, +you could easily perform some action that other WM can't even do. For example, here is how you kill all the windows that are not shown on screen (eg, attached to other workspaces): diff --git a/about.txt b/about.txt @@ -1,5 +1,5 @@ Hi everybody ! I am Willy (aka 'z3bra'). -I am a french sysadmin, born in the early 90's. +I am a network & system admin, born in the early 90's. ### Monochromatic