Deadbeef for audio player
Last edited by paxmark1 (2013-05-08 16:11:58)
Jean Vanier wrote "Being Human" and "A Short History of Progress" by Ronald Wright. Gotta love the Massey Lectures.
systemd instead of init
Time to move on!#
Last edited by Bradi (2013-05-07 18:38:56)
- some tool for adjusting power consumption (fan fullspeed and too hot again..sigh)
- disable touchpad while typing
eee701 user & other lap/desktops
Ref some of the above:
A touchpad disable script would be neat
updatedb/locate I use all the time, seems reasonable to have it there by default
Every time you change the login manager I've got to learn a whole new config system so I can tweak the artwork
(Let's see - I've themed grub, plymouth, gdm, slim. But lightdm is proving a lot more difficult!)
systemd has always been in the debian repos, it's just not the default.
I'm not sure diverging too much from the debain default base is a good idea. I always imagined #! as the debian base with some changes to the desktop side of things. A really nice default openbox, tint2, compton, and conky setup going and some fresh versions of a few packages (iceweasel for instance) but to leave the core untouched.
Then again, I am not corenominal and he can do what he wants
Removal of pulseaudio +1
(I used to be a big fan of pulse, but since switching back to just alsa, I cannot remember why) never any need to purge ~/.pulse anymore to get sound working since switching
Audio player is nil now and should remain the same IMO, it is just too subjective of an app
Since there already is a lot of Xfce components, xfce4-taskmanger and xfce4-appfindier would fit very nicely
d-feet, a very nice dev component for seeing what is happening in dbus/session bus
Remove Gimp and make it part of cb-welcome along with several other image editing choices (gimp inkscape mtpaint gcolor2 shotwell darktable rawtherapee gpick)
a good kernel remover
bum (BootUp Manager)
Last edited by VastOne (2013-05-07 19:12:47)
- a lot of people liked the Flatstudio theme. why not include it instead of one of these more old-fashioned OB themes.. I usually go with the default decoration, though..
- sorry, but the new icons are not my taste. crunchbang-Faenza was totally the icing on the cake in #! - waldorf doesnt fit on a cd anyway, so why bother for a few MB? - these gnome icons in thunar look so dated..
- please keep thunar!
- simple scan.. it is only 1,3 mb and scanning is a nice OOTB feature
eee701 user & other lap/desktops
+1 for Thunar. Version 1.6.2 with tabs is pretty cool.
pulseaudio removal +1
Don't really care about filemanagers much. I'm a console cowboy Besides i have Dired+ in Emacs. Muhahah.
i3 / awesome / xmonad options during post-installation. I love those WM's, and from my forum-trawling thus far, it seems to be fairly popular with #!ers as well.
gimp as a post-install option
htop. It's just so much easier to read than top.
I see a lot of people are using console music players, so maybe have moc / ncmpccp / cmus as optionals in the post-install.
Like the LAMP stack, a developer "stack" would be nice as well. Like options for installing the necessary C/C++ tools and / or ruby or python.
Option for installing TexLive / MikTex for LaTeX work.
Sure, the post-install script can / will get quite large, but I also consider the script as a way to introduce software to people, that they might not otherwise have known about. I'd be happy to help out with building it.
I do tinker with programming a bit, and maybe I could look into how a Debian style ncurses menu could be done. Mark the stuff you want and press "okie dokie Dr. Jones" and away it goes.
Just some random thoughts.
Wheezy took 26 months, so we have time before Jessie is released
Htop is the default resource monitor in 11
I've made a huge mistake
Call it Juturna
Ahhh - well, then it's officiel Janice... Ohh, well just a name anyway.
Make the dropbox logo have egdes so you can depict it as a box?
Mayby a smart script before installation of new install of CrunchBang system to pick the programs you want - and let it reflect in the menu. *For advanced users*
Mayby more choices for even the leet people out there regarding which shell programs they need?
Just an idea - I do not know if it holds water.
We still haven't gotten VLC and Xchat icons made in the Crunchbang Colors BTW. Well, alot of icons regarding the programs that are with Crunchbang could have this done. Just a minor thing - but would make it even more Crunchie!
Il think of more.
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- A nice tool for easy remastering with my custom make-up & programs & configs (I'd like to "release" a lizardbang one day...).
- A bloat-free and fast dock (optional install), perhaps plank.
- Latest staticaly linked mplayer & ffmpeg (renamed to mbangplayer and ffbangmpeg perhaps?), they should coexist with whatever is in Debian repos.
Last edited by brontosaurusrex (2013-05-07 20:19:27)