Please help us fix the remaining bugs: https://updates.orgmode.org/#bugs
Also please consider becoming a maintainer for any *el file in the repo: we need more.
https://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/emacs/org-mode.git/ is now the official repository - don't hesitate to start hacking and helping us!
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If you haven't watched it already, here's a very nice (and pretty mind-bending) tutorial on Lambda Calculus in Python, by David Beazley.
(Originally found on YT but I guess Invidious is a better interface?)
Whatsapp/Libra, Telegram/Gram, Signal/Mobilecoin -- monetization and payment drives are strong with messengers. Some in our community are also engaging with these topics -- very interesting thoughts come from @email@example.com -- https://brettscott.substack.com/p/money-through-mowglis-eyes
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It's frustrating when resource constraints aren't carefully pondered during the design of a piece of software.
I'm here with this stupid small app that can't be built on my system because of its system of dependencies.
The app itself is relatively simple but its graphical user interface depends on a massive GUI framework and makes the build process a pain (on my machine).
It could have easily been two separate modular apps, a CLI and a GUI. It so much reflects an infinite-resource mentality.
I don't know, I guess I should just play with them a little bit. Or maybe I should simply stay with i3... 😂
I watched Derek Taylor's guides [0, 1, 2] and he doesn't seem to like StumpWM a lot, although of course my mileage may vary... As for XMonad, I'm not sure about the layout mechanism, it doesn't seem to be as powerful as the i3 one.
Both StumpWM and XMonad seem to be even more minimal than i3 (e.g. no window decorations by default) which I like! OTOH i3's tree-based + dynamic layout mechanism seems unbeatable to me.
This slide deck about overbloated web tech is from 2015 and still so so relevant these days https://idlewords.com/talks/website_obesity.htm
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