EventKit is by far the worst macOS API I have used yet. So many old bugs that most apps will hit that never were fixed.
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Come on. Almost nobody is giving feedback. Read the second paragraph, please...
You can now also disable vibrancy, which can improve legibility (macOS 11 only).
I wrote some quick open-source contribution tips: https://github.com/sindresorhus/.github/blob/main/contributing.md
We also welcome feedback on the accepted proposals: https://github.com/sindresorhus/eslint-plugin-unicorn/issues?q=is:issue+is:open+sort:updated-desc+label:%22new+rule%22+label:%22help+wanted%22
eslint-plugin-unicorn is now at 70 rules with more coming.
We have a bunch of ESLint rule proposals that could use a vote or feedback: https://github.com/sindresorhus/eslint-plugin-unicorn/issues?q=is:issue+is:open+sort:updated-desc+label:evaluating
LOL people replying that I wasted my time. Please realize it's my time to waste (I don't agree it's a waste of time though). No one else's. I also just spent half an hour reading at depth about catnip and 15 minutes perfecting a circle. And I also muted replies a long time ago.
I also just finished moving all my repos from Travis CI to GitHub Actions (huge thanks to @Richienb2@twitter.com for the help)
* Why? Because Travis CI got acquired and stopped providing a free plan for open source projects.
Someone in the US really wanted to get into my account in November :P
Maker of things; macOS apps & CLI tools. Full-time open-sourcerer. Currently into Swift and Node.js.
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