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  1. And the CLI could be a lot better as well, now it mostly is unstructured text that people use common UNIX tools on (like grep, sed). Some of the alternatives which provide a more structured approach to the CLI are PowerShell, NuShell, jc and probably others I don't know of. You can read up on the Monad Manifesto which is the design document of PowerShell https://devblogs.microsoft.com/powershell/monad-manifesto-the-origin-of-windows-powershell/
  2. Here are some Pie Menu-inspired menus created by Simon Schneegans who also created GNOME Pie (haven't tried): The windowed/stacked grid-based item selector (used in GNOME Pie 2): https://vimeo.com/224827490 The Trace Menu https://vimeo.com/51073078 The Coral Menu https://vimeo.com/51072812 An earlier version of GNOME Pie: https://vimeo.com/125339537 Cool stuff, here is his Vimeo page: https://vimeo.com/schneegans And his GitHub profile: https://github.com/Schneegans Edited to add his Github.io page with more information on GNOME Pie and Pie Menu related stuff: https://schneegans.github.io/ Introducing: OpenPie --- Also check out Don Hopkins' Medium posts if you happen to like Pie menus: https://medium.com/@donhopkins Pie Menus: A 30 Year Retrospective
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