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Dear everyone, don't use #gmail. They don't play nice with other email providers: I've been unable to send anything to a gmail address in the last week, and there's seemingly nothing I or the would-be recipient can do to remedy this situation.
https://faq.i3wm.org/question/704/why-does-the-default-config-use-jkl-instead-of-hjkl/ I don't use i3 but cool to see they use jkl; instead of hjkl for movement. hjkl movement aways seemed suboptimal, especially in roguelikes, since it's not your resting finger position. It's fine in vim since you don't use h very often.
I'm officially detached from all major tech companies. No facebook, insta, google, twitter. Everything self hosted (email, calendar, notes). I plan on self hosting my activitypub node in the future as well once I get around to finishing that code. cya corporate web!
today in boring code that might make your $dayjob less annoying: https://github.com/jb55/google-sheets-csv-updater
sync csvs to google sheets. I could not find this online anywhere for the life of me so I wrote a quick script. almost every tech job I've worked at needed a script like this at one point.
this fzf launcher is becoming my "terminal IDE", with many utilities such as using ripgrep to find things in files and opening them, etc. similar to functionality you see in doomemacs/spacemacs but without the emacs.
the fzf launcher I created is doing a bit of multi-stage bash metaprogramming. this is handy because you can generate commands that get saved in your bash history. in this case it finds the line with fzf, and then outputs the less command that jumps to this line into your command prompt:
less +15985 ~/docs/stripe-v72.txt # type Product
Then you can use ctrl-r to jump to previous docs you've looked up!
I was tired of using using the online, slow godocs, so I leveraged fzf as a quick and dirty offline documentation viewer:
vlang looks cool and I am impressed by their sane design choices + C interop + use of tcc and focus on compile times. might have to try this.