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la-capitaine-icon-theme - La Capitaine is an icon pack designed to integrate with most desktop environments


La Capitaine is an icon pack — designed to integrate with most desktop environments. The set of icons takes inspiration from the latest iterations of macOS and Google's Material Design through the use of visually pleasing gradients, shadowing, and simple icon geometry.La Capitaine comes with a configuration script which attempts to determine your distribution and desktop environment. Using this information, La Capitaine updates several system icons and icons used for mime-types.

budgie-desktop - I Tawt I Taw A Purdy Desktop

  •    Vala

The Budgie Desktop a modern desktop designed to keep out the way of the user. It features heavy integration with the GNOME stack in order for an enhanced experience. As of May 20th, 2018, the Budgie Desktop project has been merged back into the Solus Project umbrella, making it a distinct Solus project once more. Contributions from all distributions, projects and individuals are welcome provided they add value and are of sufficient quality. We're happy to discuss test pull requests, which should be appropriately labeled as being Request For Comment [RFC].

Awesome-Linux-Software - A list of awesome applications, software, tools and other materials for Linux distros

  •    Python

🐧 This repo is a collection of AWESOME Linux applications and tools for any users/developers. 🐧 Feel free to contribute / star / fork / pull request . Any recommendations and suggestions are welcome. Update: This repo has a friendlier version available here.

lxqt - Checkout all LXQt components at once by using git submodule.

  •    Shell

LXQt is the next generation of LXDE, the Lightweight Desktop Environment. It is the product of the merge between Razor-qt and LXDE-Qt. This is a superproject which contains all LXQt components. After checking out this repo please do the following to initialize git submodules.

awesome-linux - :penguin: A list of awesome projects and resources that make Linux even more awesome


We all know that Linux is awesome, but here's a list of especially awesome things related to the Linux ecosystem. You might also want to check awesome-c, awesome-shell, awesome-sysadmin, and awesome-security.

arc-kde - Arc KDE customization

  •    Shell

Arc KDE - This is a port of the popular GTK theme Arc for Plasma 5 desktop with a few additions and extras.NOTE: Plasma theme Arc Color now supports KDE Color Schemes with Papirus icon theme.

arcan - Arcan - [Display Server, Multimedia Framework, Game Engine] -> "Desktop Engine"

  •    C

Arcan is a powerful development framework for creating virtually anything from user interfaces for specialized embedded applications all the way to full-blown standalone desktop environments. At its heart lies a robust and portable multimedia engine, with a well-tested and well-documented Lua scripting interface. The development emphasizes security, debuggability and performance -- guided by a principle of least surprise in terms of API design.

SystemTray - Cross-platform SystemTray support for Swing/AWT, GtkStatusIcon, and AppIndicator on Java 8+

  •    Java

Professional, cross-platform SystemTray support for Swing/AWT, GtkStatusIcon, and AppIndicator on Java 6+. This library provides OS Native menus and Swing/AWT menus, depending on the OS and Desktop Environment and if AutoDetect (the default) is enabled.

adapta-kde - Adapta KDE customization

  •    Shell

Adapta KDE - This is a port of the popular GTK theme Adapta for Plasma 5 desktop with a few additions and extras.or download .deb packages from here.

capitaine-cursors - An x-cursor theme inspired by macOS and based on KDE Breeze

  •    Shell

This is an x-cursor theme inspired by macOS and based on KDE Breeze. The source files were made in Inkscape, and the theme was designed to pair well with my icon pack, La Capitaine.Everything you need to build the xcursor theme is found in src/, and the prebuilt theme for GNU/Linux desktops is found in dist/.

cairoshell - Cairo is a customizable, intuitive desktop environment for Windows.

  •    CSharp

Cairo is a desktop environment for Windows. Our goal is to develop a desktop experience that increases productivity and advances current technology standards. With a focus on stability, performance, and productivity, Cairo aims to deliver an interface that exceeds expectations and delivers superior ease of use. Shiny new Cairo Shell Milestone 3 builds are available on the Releases page.

stylesheet - The Gtk+ Stylesheet for elementary OS

  •    CSS

Special fixes for GNOME apps (Nautilus, GNOME Control Center, GNOME Shell, etc) or other desktop environments will not be implemented. The aim of style classes should be to be generic across applications. If an application needs a unique style, it should be bundled with that application. Run meson to configure the build environment. To install, use ninja install.

mine - Share application state across computers using Dropbox.

  •    Python

...for applications that haven't learned to share. This program lets you synchronize application data using Dropbox.

materia-kde - Materia KDE customization

  •    Shell

Materia KDE - This is a port of the popular GTK theme Materia for Plasma 5 desktop with a few additions and extras. or download .deb packages from here.

durden - Desktop Environment for Arcan

  •    Lua

Durden is a free (3-clause BSD) desktop environment for Arcan, thus it requires a working arcan installation, optionally set-up with compatible launch targets etc. See the Arcan repository and wiki for those details. For detailed feature and use descriptions, please see the Durden-Web. The individual markdown pages are also accessible in the gh-pages branch of the durden repository.

safespaces - 3D/VR Desktop built for Arcan

  •    Lua

This is the development / prototyping environment for 'Safespaces', a 3D/VR desktop environment for the Arcan display server. To get the full use out of it, first make sure that you have an OpenHMD supported headset, a working Arcan installation along with the vrbridge tool all setup (see the main arcan repository for instructions and configuring and installing). Note that this is a highly experimental young project. Prolonged use is quite likely unhealthy in a number of ways, eye strain guaranteed while debugging. Tread carefully and try with non-VR device profiles first. Keep a vomit-bucket nearby.

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