jan Ponitajosiki's adventures in stuff
I've recently started work on an app called Taigo (ilo Tajiko). It's basically Tamagotchi, but GNOME-ified and on your dekstop. Among its features are an extreme aversion to theming. So strong, that I had to remove some of its aversion as it got in the way of me developing it. I may re-add the removed blocks if I feel like it. In particular, I really like the icon that I made w/ the help of LCP. (jan Jesepi)
So like, I've been working on openSUSE Welcome some. Mostly in the Xfce area, as a quick customisation screen is in the process of being added. Some language-specific social medias have been added as well.
Fluent Stylesheet for GTK (win32, updated)
This WIP stylesheet is what I'm working on when I have nothing else to do. It has one goal: Replace gtk's current win32 stylesheet as the stylesheet of choice for GTK apps running on Windows. As its name implies, it's modeled after Fluent design.
The Linux discord nobody asked for! :D Basically your run-of-the-mill Linux discord, but since I can't get any active members, I've been using it as my testing place.
This project is where I'm stashing all of my Toki Pona apps. It's currently home to lon (weather) and ilo pona (dictionary).
My to-do list:
Here are some things I'll (probably) work on:
- Breeze GTK gradients. I dropped these when giving Breeze GTK the ability to respect the user's colourscheme. Now that all the infrastructure is in place for it, I can add it back.
- libdnf version lock plugin. Little experience with the library, little experience with the programming language, and absolutely no idea how to test what you're doing is working? sign me the eff up
- GObject state machine library. I need one of these for Taigo, so might as well make it public.