Since version 16.09 I’ve been running NixOS on my desktop and laptop which actually share the same SSD. This can be a real pain for most OS’s, but for NixOS the SSD is just a switch in the configuration and a rebuild away from being ready to be placed in the other device. That wasn’t the reason to switch from Debian and Windows in the first place though. Immutability is key; I put my config in and get a rock solid system out.
Once you go tiling, you never go back …
Sometimes I find something interesting on /r/unixporn, but in general try to keep it simple and dark with i3, spacemacs and similar tools.
The switch to Wayland will happen some time after way-cooler goes stable I presume.
There are various ways to manage dot files. Personally I followed the advice of this blog post to just use a slightly unusual git repo and a shell alias to make it seem usual.
As it says in the footer this blog is generated by Hugo and uses the Academic Theme.
For this kind of site a static site generator just seems to be the only sane option. Hugo usually takes Markdown as input which is in this case generated by ox-hugo from a single org file. I just want to commit to Emacs to be honest, no hard feelings against Markdown.