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commit beb90e8a3405b2f43245bf47ea6992a7808fa8dd
parent 607588b14657ed7c53dfca329389e0d44cca734e
Author: z3bra <willy@mailoo.org>
Date:   Thu, 28 May 2015 10:53:24 +0200

updated 2bwm fork links (not maintained anymore)

Diffstat:
2014/05/grok-that-workflow.txt | 8++++----
2014/11/avoid-workspaces.txt | 4++--
2015/03/under-wendys-dress.txt | 2+-
3 files changed, 7 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-)

diff --git a/2014/05/grok-that-workflow.txt b/2014/05/grok-that-workflow.txt @@ -104,10 +104,10 @@ it works. When I switched to `2bwm`, I missed this feature.. Because it uses only the traditionnal workspaces behavior (aka "*a-single-group-shown-at-the-time*"). So -I [forked](http://git.z3bra.org/cgit.cgi/2bwm) the whole repo and implemented -this feature. It's know perfectly working (as I can't find any bug, but there -might be..), and you can even switch between groups and workspaces behavior with -a hotkey ! +I [forked](git://z3bra.org/2bwm) (not maintained anymore) the whole repo and +implemented this feature. It's know perfectly working (as I can't find any bug, +but there might be..), and you can even switch between groups and workspaces +behavior with a hotkey ! <table> <tr><th>prefix</th> <th>key</th> <th>function</th> </tr> diff --git a/2014/11/avoid-workspaces.txt b/2014/11/avoid-workspaces.txt @@ -144,7 +144,7 @@ Also, as per tradition, here is a video of what it looks like. video: [mp4](/vid/2014-11-18-groups.mp4) <span class="caption">this video illustrate the previous example showing how -groups works, using a [forked version](http://git.z3bra.org/cgit.cgi/2bwm) of -`2bwm`.</span> +groups works, using a [forked version](git://z3bra.org/2bwm) (not maintained +anymore) of `2bwm`.</span> <!-- vim: set ft=markdown ts=4 et tw=80: --> diff --git a/2015/03/under-wendys-dress.txt b/2015/03/under-wendys-dress.txt @@ -1,5 +1,5 @@ # [Under Wendy's dress](#) -## &mdash; 31 March, 2015 +## --- 31 March, 2015 I've been meaning to write this post for a long time.