- Enlightenment - official site
The project home page. It hosts the complete project including the EFL.
The developper web site. It provides news on the latest modifications and there's a good forums helping people wanting to get involved in the project.
The user website provides tutorial, themes, icons and so on. The user guide available here has been translated into 10 languages.
- Rasterman's web site
Rasterman, Carsten Haitzler, is the guy behind this project. And, I mean THE GUY. For sure, his work is one of the reason I've chosen Linux. Just test one of its newest achievement, the Imlib2 library and you will get the spirit...
- Fvwm - The official home page
The main source of information.
- Fvwm Forums - The F? Virtual Window Manager forum
A very nice forum where you will generally found an answer to your question. There's even a quite large thread on my configuration in case I haven't enough commented it.
- Fvwm Beginners Guide
That's the tutorial I've followed to begin my first configuration. It's nicely written and, despite it's high readability, it goes into very advanced details.
- Taviso's website
Maintainer of Fvwm's package on Gentoo, he is also behind the most brillant functions I've seen on this window manager. Better have an eye on his work.
A fast evolving vector drawing tool. Very easy to learn, I've used it countless of time.
- The Gimp
Incredible piece of software! I launch it on an almost daily basis.
- Image Magick
You need to convert an image on the command line: that's the tool. You need more: that's the tool. Actually, you can do so many thing with it that avoiding it would be a shame.
My favorite web server. Small footprint, incredibly scalable, easy to configure, very fast, open source, ... A must.
- W3C - World Wide Web Consortium
The main source of documentation but also the home of several projects of high interest such as: Amaya, libwww, ...
- W3 Schools
Great source of tutorials and examples. Many hot topics are explained from the old standard such as HTML to the newest ones like WSDL. There's also some nicely done quiz where you can check your skills once you've followed the tutorial.
- XML.COM: xml from the inside out
Articles around XML and web services. There's a tutorial on eXpat, my favorite XML SAX parsing library (the fastest ever built!).