The vim-gitgutter plugin has completely changed how I deal with looking through changes in my repositories and staging them. Previously, I could never be bothered dealing with changes at the hunk level, always just staging/unstaging entire files. gitgutter lets you jumps between unstaged changes in a file and stage or undo them individually super easily, indicating changes at the side.
November blog post is up! Pinebook Pro, PinePhone, PineTime... even the PineTab! We've got news on all of it.
Imposter syndrome has been telling me otherwise for a while now, but I think I might just post the link to my first real #opensource project… It's not finished by any means and also not optimized for mobile yet as it was intended for desktop usage in uni classes…
With all the disclaimers out of the way, here's NeuroModelJS!
A Hodgkin-Huxley model simulation for the browser!
Not the first of its kind, but it's mine 😊
Found a cool little vim plugin that shows a little scrollbar in the status bar. https://github.com/gcavallanti/vim-noscrollbar
Slowly making my way through all desktop mastodon clients. I've used telephant for the past couple months and, though very user friendly, it wasn't great at loading images. Mastodon, being quite visual, really needs images.
Been using tootle for 20 minutes, and holy cow it is fast, in both UI and populating the feeds.
A total of about an hour of figuring out what's what, and #searx is up and running on my laptop, sending all requests through tor.
Some even more extreme corners.
I love #Qtile
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