This is the homepage of the AntiRight desktop environment. AntiRight is a lightweight desktop environment that uses the GTK+ 2.x toolkit. AntiRight tries to maintain low hardware requirements and low user experience requirements while still catering to advanced users.
AntiRight is composed of two major components--gtkshell and ACE. gtkshell provides a means for defining application user interfaces at the command line. ACE uses gtkshell to construct a desktop environment. Due to the simplicity of defining user interfaces with gtkshell, it allows rapid application design, where the focus of the application is on its logic, rather than on its interface.
Please email me at email@example.com to give any suggestions or patches. Report bugs on AntiRight's Savannah project page or email me. If you build AntiRight on a platform other than GNU/Linux or NetBSD, please let me know. New developers are always welcome.
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