Qwpr (pronounced "qwipper", named for the first four keys) is a keyboard layout that's easy to learn (only 11 keys move from their qwerty positions), easy to type (32% better by the Carpalx metric), practical (programmer's punctuation, arrow keys, and all major accented characters easily accessed without moving your hands off the three main rows), and very complete (over 1000 unicode characters and combinations available).
The project also includes the tools I used to translate this layout from OSX to Windows format; linux tools pending.
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