I never knew about quickfix and location lists. That opens up a lot of possibilities when editing manuscripts! I also learned that named registers exist AND that you can append to them! So cool!
omg I am using nearly all 26 of my named registers on my current text conversion project. They all full of macros and snippets. I’d be lost without vim!
I’d be curious to read about that dozens! I feel like I am not yet worthy of wielding vim’s full power haha
Okay here you go:
Wow, what a delivery! :) Thanks for that, I’m going to be having some fun with vim if you need me~
I feel like these are all good principles, and ones I try to follow for the most part. I zealously gc --amend and gc --fixup and git rebase -i HEAD~5.
git rebase -i HEAD~5
i wish the author had gotten more into how they use git bisect because I hear git wizards praise it, but I’ve never really used it.
I definitely believe in one branch per idea. In creative writing, I’m likely to spin off a branch as a place holder as quickly as I have ideas. Branches often take the place of a ‘drafts’ folder.
I’ve never used –fixup or bisect, tbh.
The creative writing branch thing is a great idea!
Just finished reading the spec. Very interesting. Very well written.
edit: it looks like the only medium for discussion mentioned in the docs is the vaporsoft email address. Is this correct? There is no irc channel or mailing list?
Good idea. I’ve created a private mailing list. pigeon_developers AT vaporsoft.xyz
I typically don’t do mailing lists, but am willing to learn and I’d be open to advice.
RSS /feeds aside, I love these /uses and /now ideas, because it makes your homepage more “social”, and I just love the idea of social homepages. Keeps people out of things like facebook, instagram, etc.
I added one: https://chrisman.github.io/feeds.html
I have a /now page on my gopherhole I should copy over.
Started writing a /uses a while ago.. I should finish that one up :)
Yesss. I’m gonna try and do similar stuff! I just have to figure out how to do it without my navigation links looking crowded. I’m already on the brink of not liking how many I have right now hahaha
I was just browsing this the other day! Downloaded a dozen math and science books. Now the hard part: let’s see if I actually read any of them!
go vegan 💚
been playing lots of tabletop sim lates
tiny tiny rss:
I’ve been a fan of jaromil and dyne since the early days of dynebolic.
Looking forward to digging into this!
Unfortunately, this article requires a Medium subscription to read. Or at the very least, will cost one of the 3 freebies users get each month (if they have not all been used up already).
Can you use your browser’s private mode to view it?
Good call. Didn’t think of that. Here’s an archive:
Medium is such a terrible little walled garden of its own now…
Yep… Speaking of dark forests…
Interestingly, the tilde verse, I believe would count as one too.
It definitely is for me! It’s one of my main (online) social outlets at the moment. I have certainly retreated from the larger Web into my cozy, tiny tilde.town.
spoilers: this is NOT about gopher the protocol.
Pretty neat! I’m glad there’s a cyberpunk MOO, as the “D&D” themed ones get kinda old after a while :)
so this kid came into the library one day asking for a fantasy book with absolutely no magic and absolutely no non-human races, and the librarians were scrambling and struggling to find something for him until they realized that he just wanted medieval fiction about valiant knights and not any “D&D themed” stuff.
it’s funny how you can kind of trick yourself and trap yourself into a genre sometimes.
That could even work too…
getting off all google services (i’m mostly there) is almost as hard as giving up cheese
this is actually a super interesting analogy. because I used to think I couldn’t give up cheese, until I did.
And I suspect that the way I currently feel about google services (Oh, I couldn’t possibly give them up!) is similar.
I mean, I have to use them for work. but I bet if I cared enough, and had enough resolve, I could just stop using google in my regular, day-to-day life.
hah yeah good point!!
I’m vegetarian and don’t think I’d actually want to go vegan because of cheese.
I’ve made pretty good progress getting off Google though. haven’t been able to get everything off they so maybe I’m a tech vegetarian for now too :)
I guess I’m a tech vegan lol
and, TIL, kimchi is not vegan…
It’s traditionally made with fish sauce and/or shrimp paste. but a whole lot of it anymore is vegan in the american supermarkets.
source: am a kimchi lovin’ vegan
this is cool. so who’s playing on the grapevine??
I love this. I appreciate roguelikes. I’m going to go play relarn o/
which means that it is also extensible with Lisp thanks to fennel-lang.org