sry if a thread like this has already been made, a did a breif search but didnt see anything.so, in the style of the conky thread, here's the openbox's rc.xml thread. (i suppose the menu.xmls might wanna sneak in here from time to time too)at the very least, you'll be making a backup for yourself.but i think most of us will see that the real benefit here is the sharing.
I can’t imagine someone being able to watch every keystroke as I write a post like this, but author Silvia Hartmann is writing a novel, and is welcoming you to watch her progress. Live and in real-time.
Using a public Google Document, Hartmann is typing away on “The Dragon Lords”, and the whole idea absolutely fascinates me.
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Hi,I'm learning about Linux Scheduler.After I read the introduction and discussion about CFS,the topic turns to the Real-Time Scheduling Policies.
But I don't know what's the differences between them?
Is the kernel schedule the non real-time process by CFS,and real-time process by Real-Time Scheduling policies?
What is real-time process?How to identify the real-time process?
Every apply is apprec
Did anyone else watch this? I have a hard time believing this TV produced magic specials but this one kept me guessing. I guess it didn't help that the people he's doing the tricks for are well known actors but some of the reactions just seem too real. Like Harrison Ford in this clip.
Etherpad, released on November 2008, is probably the best tool for collaborative text editing/writing. No, I am not talking about the same collaborative writing we do using Google Docs. Read the title again, its "real time". Yes, the one you see in Google Wave, you can almost instantly watch each user making changes in the document.