Welcome to my kilobytes of code and config files. You will find a few bits here that make my Linux life a nice experience and hopefully can help you adopt your favourite Linux distribution to your needs, too.
Feeling lost with XML? Infinality doesn't seem to make your fonts look as you expected? Well, you can always try and use a different configuration with the best font rendering engine Linux has ever had.
dwm-heresy is basically a customized dwm-sprinkles variant of dwm version 5.8. It's not a fork of the regular dwm, but a collection of patches and some minor (and major) tweaks that turned dwm into my very own and only window manager. It's robust, stable, versatile and works great with both CentOS 5.8 and the most recent Arch Linux release.
A collection of configuration files and scripts as used on a daily basis.
Up till June 2012, I was extensively using CRUX 2.7. CRUX is a great little distribution that once inspired Arch and still can be thought of as a model distro for those who want it (technically) simple and extremely controllable. Many software pieces I was using with it are now outdated, but you may still find the scripts handy as templates for your own setup.
And remember: Always have fun turning your GNU/Linux into the best distro in the world!