Science based practices for a meaningful life
inode tables, lookups, data storing, security etc
Accessing and working with taskwarrior through python
Nice markdown notes management / writing app.
Simple interface, reminiscent of old Evernote clients - but targeted plainly toward plaintext note-taking.
This is a new web-based photo management application. Run it on your home server and it will let you find the right photo from your collection on any device. Smart filtering is made possible by obj...
Self hosted alternative to Google Photos . Contribute to LibrePhotos/librephotos development by creating an account on GitHub.
(In)famous manual for asking technical questions - what to provide, what to leave out, and how to phrase it.
Can, with some implementation changes, conceivably be adapted to many more situations.
Python wrappers for dynamic menus (dmenu, rofi, fzf, ...)
Greatly simplifies calling and working with menus through python.
Nice cut alternative. Less portable, since cut is installed everywhere anyway but allows some really nice simple (or advanced) choices.
Especially nice to circumvent the cut troubles with repeated/irregular whitespace separation and similar issues.
Someday/maybe tasks for taskwarrior with tag urgency coefficients
plaintext accounting, connecting to a web frontend to access it through the smartphone
Only writing to terminal what actually changed (akin to an adaptible screen paint / refresh)
A brief comparison of AsciiDoc and Markdown.
AsciiDoc does have some less visually translatable decisions, but also has a more concise and (above all) universal syntax.
simple markdown zettelkasten --
add, search, tag things in your zettelkasten from the commandline
Amazing blog posts for getting more fluent in vim. The whole blog has multiple posts on vim which really sharpen your axe.
Explanation of the functioning and purpose of nvim-treesitter
Community-gathered blocklist for YouTube ad domains, suitable for pihole on e.g. raspberry pi
Similar to vim-navigator, allowing movement between tmux panes and vim buffers with the same shortcuts (predominantly c-hjkl).
But extends its functionality for e.g. i3 windows.
files sorted by age, something akin to
fd --exec stat --printf='%Y\t%n\n' | sort -nr | head -1 | cut -f2
Creating multiple bibliographies with pandoc -- using a lua filter and applying it to the material.
The filter, as it stands, may require use of multiple .bib libraries, but can probably be adapted to get its two bibliographic informations from the yaml header itself?
See also this github issue