He has 2 emacs frames opened, and the help browser window is a regular terminal window.
Aside from that, he has a bar on top for time, temperature, hdd space, etc (popular bars these days are: lemonbar, polybar…) As for what else he has that’s not shown in the screenshot or the config for i3, you’re going to have to wait for Luka, like the theme he uses for Emacs, etc.
For desktop customization or the aesthetic aspect of linux, reddit’s unixporn subreddit is pretty neat and is a good place to get ideas from. It has its own discord server as well. Of course, there’s also a very active irc community, and the most popular are rizon’s #rice, and nixers.net’s unix.chat irc server.
what linux distro are you guys running by the way?
I’m on archlinux at the moment.
by the way, do you guys have the entire scide running, just with the help browser shown and rest hidden or is there a way to only launch the help browser as a detatched window?
any idea on how to get w3m to work in emacs? when i installed via use-package, i’m getting some bytecompile error - w3m did get installed, but when I try to search for things in the sclang’s help browser via w3m in emacs, none of the searches seem to work for some reason.