rainbow-mode had a big
success and good feedbacks when I released it for the first time a couple of
Even if I recently stated I lost some of my
in XCB, I still sometimes hack things to add
support for it.
Since I have started to use Org-mode, I though it was missing something to
have appointment locations on a map. Of course, it's easy to get a LOCATION
property from an entry, and then browse-url on Google Maps.
While customizing Emacs this last weeks, I had the need to customize also
the color theme.
This last weeks, I've worked on implementing the
Desktop Notification Specification into Emacs.
A couple of months ago, I've started using ERC to hang out on IRC.
Two years ago, while working on awesome, I joined the Freedesktop initiative
to work on XCB. I had to learn the arcane of the X11 protocol and all the
mysterious and old world that goes with it.
I'm trying to work on XCB this week. And today I've started to accomplish
the second step of a long term goal: making an X11 only library using XCB as
its primary interface instead of Xlib.
Digging into the fabulous world of Emacs and Lisp, I wanted to use it to
build my personal Web site and my blog.