Logical Desktop - Home
Welcome to the home page of Logical Desktop.
What is it?
Logical Desktop is a desktop environment. A "desktop environment" is a program that allows you to do many different things with your computer, but in a consistent way. Desktop environments can be seen as a "dogma" of how things should be done, and how they should look and feel.
Examples of desktop environments are KDE, Gnome, the Windows interface, etc.
In Logical Desktop, like in all desktop environments, you work by composing actions made of one verb and one or more objects (e.g. "Print" is the verb, and the objects are the printer, the files to print, and the program used for printing).
What is good about it?
As we said, in all desktop environments you specify "verbs" and "objects", in one way or another. What is good about Logical Desktop is how you specify those things: 1) in any order 2) with automatic hiding of the things that don't make sense.
Logical Desktop is created by Maurizio Colucci (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Logical Desktop is free software, licensed under the GPL.
Logical Desktop works under GNU/Linux.
Logical Desktop is a sequel to the program segusoLand, by the same author.
Logical Desktop is written entirely as a python script, so it is very easy to run.
Logical Desktop is dedicated to Richard Wagner, the greatest genius of all times.