weeXpc software

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Software > Web browsers >

(on Wikipedia)
https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/exp/firefox/

A web browser and feed reader.

  • Originally called Phoenix, then Firebird.

    • Yes, I used it way back then.
  • Shares some code with Thunderbird



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notecase_1.4.5 on the Sharp Zaurus

Software >

http://notecase.sourceforge.net/

A cross-platform hierarchical note-taking program.

Seems fair, but I'm using it like I would use multiple files opened with Kate.

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Software > Window managers >

(on Wikipedia)
http://openbox.org/wiki/Main_Page

A straightforward but powerful window manager.

Openbox has been my window manager of choice for years now. Over that time, I've amassed some significant knowledge which I'll try to maintain here.
A component of LXDE.



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Linux logo - 'Tux'

Software > Linux tools >

(on Wikipedia)
http://ex-vi.sourceforge.net/

vi is a textmode editor. It's so bad even the author regrets it.

For some fucking reason, Linux distributions almost all include it by default.

The only editor I know of which can handle huge files. So horribly horrible though. =(

  • Ruby-capable, I hear.



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Software > Terminals >

(on Wikipedia)
https://invisible-island.net/xterm/ [ 1 ] was https://web.archive.org/*/http://invisible-island.net/xterm/xterm.html

A terminal emulator.

Essential for its compatibility. It also comes with every Linux distribution I've used.



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Linux email clients >

(on Wikipedia)
https://sylpheed.sraoss.jp/en/

An email client.

POP3, APOP, IMAP4rev1, mh, SMTP, SMTP AUTH, NNTP, SSL/TLS, OpenPGP, external editors, filtering, muliple identities. Good multilanguage and character set support.

Sylpheed is bafflingly bad in places, and Claws Mail was a welcome improvement. This relationship reminds me a lot of PCManFM versus PCManFM-mod (which later became SpaceFM).



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