^ nice one.
What is that weather plugin then; strictly an awesomewm plugin, or some lua code that can be used with xmobar or dzen? Hook me up with a link please
@vastone - BSD wasn't all bad, just not as colorful as I would have liked. FreeBSD is an awesome OS, but ran too hot on my laptop (good 15 C hotter than VSIDO when idling), otherwise I would still be using it. Desktop is dual boot so the wife and kids have Windows for work and school so no BSD there. If you don't need wireless - or just don't want to spend half a day to maybe get it working - NetBSD and Dragonfly BSD were solid as well.
I actually put my meager electrician skills to work and got that old custom build working again. I can use a wired connection on it to get any BSD going. Dragonfly installed on it at the moment; I may stick with that - the hammer file system seems to be similar to LVM (my read on it anyway) so I may try to span the other two drives with that file system. I suppose I could splurge and get a ~$20 US NIC that BSD will recognize if I want wireless on it.
Back on topic -
getting ready for the big day -