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Hawaii is an easy to use, fast and lightweight desktop environment based on Wayland and Qt technologies. It's been tailored for who wants simplicity, consistency, visual appeal and good design. Hawaii was born to be the Maui desktop environment but can run on any other GNU/Linux distribution.
This is the shared MIME-info database from the X Desktop Group. It is required by any program complying to the Shared MIME-Info Database spec. The shared-mime-info project contains the core database of common types and the *update-mime-database* command used to extend it. It requires glib2 to be ... [More]
Features: Straight C-implementation of serializable AVL trees; Access to "Shared MIME-info Database" by using of freedesktop.org xdgmime library; Indexed (by using of AVL trees) access to all ".desktop" files and its contents (implementation of "Desktop Entry ... [More]
auGUSTe is a tool for natural language processing. It is based on S. Kahane's work on Polarized Unification Grammars [PUG] (more info at at: http://panini.u-paris10.fr/kahane/). At this time, auGUSTe mainly consists of a compiler from PUG into Extensible Dependency Grammars [XDG] - see ... [More]
Fpwm is an easy to use window manager for Unix operating systems. It aims at providing not only a window manager, but also a complete set of basic desktop applications written on object pascal.
EDE (Equinox Desktop Environment) is small and very portable desktop environment designed to be very lightweight in memory and resource usage.
fluxbox-xdg-menu is a python based menu generator used to create a menu for the fluxbox window manager using freedesktop.org standards.
Portland is a joint OSDL/Freedesktop.org initiative to provide independent software developers (ISDs) with stable APIs into Desktop Linux and other Free Desktop platforms. It is hoped that the project will unify KDE and GNOME developers and make it easier for software developers to target both ... [More]