I wanted to play with the idea of using the whole keyboard for my switch-window utility, but wondered how to get those keys in the right order and all. Finally found quail-keyboard-layout which seems to exists for such uses, as you can see:

(loop with layout = (split-string quail-keyboard-layout "") 
  for row from 1 to 4
  collect (loop for col from 1 to 12
 ("q" "w" "e" "r" "t" "y" "u" "i" "o" "p" "[" "]")
 ("a" "s" "d" "f" "g" "h" "j" "k" "l" ";" "'" "\\")
 ("z" "x" "c" "v" "b" "n" "m" "," "." "/" " " " "))

So now switch-window will use that (but only the first 10 letters) instead of hard-coding numbers from 1 to 9 as labels and direct switches. That makes it more suitable to cssh users too, I guess.

In other news, I think el-get is about ready for its 1.0 release. Please test it and report any problem very soon before the release!