My fairly large z-shell setup. This is actually a reorganised version, with a lot of old cruft sorted out.
Configuration for the X11 window manager `xmonad'.
Assorted configuration for my x11 graphical interface. Which is xorg these days. The "xkb" sub-directory contains a custom XKB based keyboard setup.
This is my configuration for Wyrd - a terminal based frontend for the remind calendar application.
A home screen widget to countdown the days until a certain date.
My setup for this terminal based web browser. Can render tables and frames. Can also (with an addon) draw pictures in X11 terminals.
Setup for the popular vim editor. I mostly use emacs with evil-mode these days. I still use vim for the odd quick edit. But nothing more.
Driving a servo via USB-Port.
Fading LEDs via USB-Port.
Configuration for the brilliant tmux
Home sensor nodes, based on ESP8266.
Handbuch zum Einstieg in die Shell-Programmierung.
Addon for Kodi media player, executes a movie theater like workflow.
Setup for GNU screen. I don't really use screen anymore. I've since switched to tmux. But I still need a decent screen setup on machines, where tmux isn't available.
A stepper motor controller for use in photography.
Called the mutt of feed readers by some. It's definitely the best[tm] terminal based feed reader. And this is the setup I'm using.
Mutt is my old mail user agent. It's pretty powerful, and I'm keeping it around for stuff like quickly looking at an mbox file or maildir directory.
Luakit is a minimal browser, which basically slaps a lua-interpreter around webkit. All the interface it ships is implemented in lua, which means you get full control over what is happening.
Lftp is a really powerful command-line based ftp program.
IRlicht is a 4-channel (RGBW) controller for LED-lamps, based on Arduino and controlled via infrared by a universal remote.