Breaking Graph-drawing Software

This, apparently, is what happens when you try to compile a graph with 16,410 edges using GraphViz’s dot:

graphsplosion

n=300, dot, multigraph

It’s hard to tell what’s going on here; perhaps it would be a little easier on a much smaller subset of the graph; with 1531 edges, rendered under fdp:

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My GNOME Shell must-haves

I’ve been using GNOME Shell full-time for nearly a year now. In that time, I’ve collected a rather lengthy list of modifications, mostly GNOME Shell Extensions, with others of my own design, which transform it from an unwieldy atrocity into capable and efficient desktop.

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