#noteToSelf Gotta figure out how to work issues in git/GitLab and merge? Need a git for idiots book
#note-to-self Gitlab pages
I have yet to do an #introductions toot so I guess the time has come.
Most folk will remember me as whistlewright.
Outside of professional interests I am a #writer with some published works. I try to live a #minimalist lifestyle. Also we try to life a little more of a #selfsufficient lifestyle. We hope to go #offthegrid soon.
I try to use #FOSS but I am not overly religious about it.
So I think that, fianlly, I have a comibinetion of tools that works for me in both my work life and my personal life. All that is left really is detail.
-Telegram on #emacs
-generating new gpg keys and learning how to use them on emacs
-some off-of-emacs epub reader (not calibre as it is huge)
-Working with #syncthing and making that happen instead of my weird and scary Dropbox configuration
Ok so I am giving this #syncthing a try. It may take me a bit to figure it out so hang on.
I guess the #tusky is for a newer version of Andriod than mine and that is why I couldn't get it to work earlier.
2/? I figured out that night that I can save an org file to Dropbox and use it on this computer and on my phone via the app called #orgzly and on the Windows10 computer at the office. Problem with the set up is Dropbox which I don't trust but it works so that is a plus at this point...
So a few nights ago I pulled a bonehead stunt. My daily computer has very limited space and I got tired of futzing with it so I started deleting heavy programs. I stripped this box down to #emacs, mplayer, veracrypt, LibreCad for work, gpg, and the supernerd things on a computer that I am scared to mess with. 1/?
Excuse the interruption, just playing with #mastalab
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