I recently decided to use
OfflineIMAP to synchronize
my mails on my laptop. It's a great piece of software, and allows me to read
my mail while I'm offline.
Today's fun idea was to put all my contacts stored into BBDB on a Google
Maps' map, using my Google Maps extension for Emacs.
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.