GNU/Linux as an environment to prototype desktop environments
It should be as easy to create a new desktop environment/window manager as it is to create a webapp.— Max Krieger (@maxkriegers) June 7, 2020
Is Wayland holding us back? What will the declarative Rust-y Wayland abstractions look like?
I'm skeptical supporting different devices should be any harder than it is on web.
Primary subproject: scripting GNOME shell in a powerful way
How beautiful would it be if people had to reuse old forgotten laptops, put linux on them, if they wanted to see the future of computing in action?
The future of computing isn't on a flashy laptop that came out last month. It's on the devices we forgot, that we can repurpose into new assemblages.
Make demand for old laptops by providing a radically different experience from your main machine. Something you reach for to have fun and create whimsical stuff.
PaperWM is amazing, thanks to Avi Bryant for the reference
The stuff hundred rabbits is doing with assembly and chromebooks
HaikuOS file system model
Integrating the filesystem with web browsing
What would these envs look like?
Authoring tools with windowing systems like Puredata, Smalltalk
Open source hardware (framework computer) as a platform for new forms: