Beryl the Ultimate Desktop Experience for (Linux Users)

Beryl is an example for an open source window manager that tried to provide a free desktop experience to the community that went along with the wishes of the users. This is simply a form of placing software at the disposal. Other than that mentioned there exist further more forms of placing something at the general public’s disposal. Examples therefore are poets who publish their poems, citations and sayings, in German Gedichte, Zitate and Sprüche, in communities and share them with others. Consequently there emerge big collections of lyrical and poetical works from which people choose poems for birthday cards or any other festive reason. In addition also film and movie quotes, in German Filmzitate, get collected in wide open source communities and online platforms.

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Here’s a video that shows a thew future of Beryl.


4 thoughts on “Beryl the Ultimate Desktop Experience for (Linux Users)

  1. I believe that berl was fused with compiz to form compiz-fusion. You should check it out some time. But I believe that berl is no longer in development and what you should be looking at is compiz-fusion. I have seen the video before quite interesting.

  2. Well thanks i didn’t know that, I’ll make a fast Google search on it.

  3. Well if you are on a modern Linux Distro like Ubuntu 8.04+ you can install it from synaptic. search compiz fusion in google to get more infomation about it but berl has been long gone for years.What you are showing me best reflects compiz fusion. you might even have it already. You can find out by typing ccsm in the terminal and something launches your in luck.

  4. well yeah as i more the Terminal guy i haven’t noticed but it seems it’s already installed on my Ubuntu box but i never seem to have noticed it yet. :H

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