May 18, 2007

WindowMaker project still attracting ardorous fans

BR-Linux writes "Alfredo Kojima, the brazilian hacker that started WindowMaker development when he was still in university and wanted to offer an alternative to AfterStep, recently had a short interview where he revealed the current status and plans for the project, still followed closely by die hard fans of its elegant and minimalistic interface. WindowMaker, the lightweight window manager that closely mimics NextStep's look and feel, was at the peak of its own popularity chart some 5 or 6 years ago, when it was shipped as default GUI in some Linux distros, and offered as a standard alternative by most of them."


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