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.
cairo has a Python binding
(pycairo) since a long time, and
some months ago a Python binding for XCB
(xpyb) has been released.
It's not that often that I start something from scratch. It's an amazing
feeling to start a new project, to start writing something new. I like
that. It's creation, it's an artistic part of our computing stuff. I feel
like a code artist.
This week, I've managed to migrate from
dovecot at work. I always had a good experience
with dovecot, and I still have one.
It's been a while since I blogged about something. So here's a bunch of
things I've done the last month.
My fellow Debian developer Steve Kemp told us
about his TODO list
While reading his post, I was constantly thinking "been there, been there
buddy". Yeah, I've been.
Last year, I told you I wanted to use
filter my mail. I did not switch, because of the lacking implementation of
some Sieve features inside Dovecot, my preferred
I've started to develop awesome more than 18
months ago, and somehow I feel it's time to stop a bit and think where we
come from and where we are going to.