Been experimenting with emacs and blurring. #screenshotsunday
After finishing the rest of the core commands, I'll try to implement subtasks and see if they are useful.
I think due dates are more complicated, though.
I spent around 9 hours today working on a task manager, and it's paying off!
And I feel like I'm learning a lot more Rust in the process. It's quite a fun experience.
There were some annoyances, though, but it was mostly on the editing experience. The folding and automatic-bracket-closing-thing are very glitchy in my vim config.
Haven't tried it yet lol.
Update: started to remake it in rust some days ago, and it's almost done. It's way more stable now, and it's using JSON.
I took hours to do it, but I finally remade dwmblocks.
dwmblocks is a small C program that helps with adding info to the dwm status bar.
My reasons for supporting FLOSS changed over the years:
I started out thinking that FLOSS is important because it's empowering for people with little money to have the same kind of productivity tools (that they can even modify to their needs) as big corps (think organizing etc).
Now I think we desperately need it for privacy more than anything else.
I think I discovered the problem: my disk partition is almost full. Oof.
I did a terrible job with my partitions when installing arch linux and I can't fix it for now, but I'll try adding some unallocated space left later today.
boy, I don't even remember properly what I was gonna do tomorrow... this is complicated.
Looks like I have a new thing to do.
I was already planning on moving to a new task format, but I guess I'll speed up the process.
Found this video, some ringtones of a Motorola V710. They're pretty fun.
Some guy on the internet.
Programming as a hobby, hopefully as a job in the future.
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