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15 July 2017

     19:21  Java‎‎ (3 changes | history) . . (-8). . [Rdeckard‎ (3×)]
      19:21 (cur | prev) . . (+32). . Rdeckard (talk | contribs) (Installation: flag for style)
      19:20 (cur | prev) . . (-33). . Rdeckard (talk | contribs) (Installation: we know they're in the official repos since they aren't using the AUR template)
      19:20 (cur | prev) . . (-7). . Rdeckard (talk | contribs) (Installation: combine notes)
     12:34  Window manager‎‎ (2 changes | history) . . (+2). . [Carpetsmoker‎ (2×)]
 m    12:34 (cur | prev) . . (+4). . Carpetsmoker (talk | contribs) (Stacking window managers: Link cwm page)
      11:48 (cur | prev) . . (-2). . Carpetsmoker (talk | contribs) (Link to the "portable" version of cwm, as that's what most people are installing. The manpage from that page seems rather outdated (from before it was imported in OpenBSD base?))

10 July 2017

     12:17  Fish‎‎ (2 changes | history) . . (0). . [InspectorMustache‎; Rdeckard‎]
      12:17 (cur | prev) . . (-302). . Rdeckard (talk | contribs) (Undo revision 481618 by InspectorMustache (talk) Unnecessary. According to {{man|1|bash}}, bashrc is sourced when an interactive shell that is not a login shell is started)
      10:56 (cur | prev) . . (+302). . InspectorMustache (talk | contribs) (Modify .bashrc to drop into fish: Explain how to replace fish only if bash is in interactive mode; this is useful if there are any problems with just using exec fish (SDDM for example won't run any sessions that way))