Very neat new TTS engine, works in a wide variety of languages (e.g. English UK/US, German, Afrikaans) and with different inflections and voices.
Also works locally and (once the generator is downloaded the first time) super fast (on my pc takes around 10 seconds for generating a minute of speech in German). Since you will usually have shorter speech snippets will work even faster.
Can be used in client/server setup, through the local cli or as part of the mycroft engine. Neat!
View images in terminal without needing to use X (like ueberzug does).
Works with either iTerm or kitty image formats, can fall back to cell-wise ASCII-like display in any terminal.
Seems really bloat-free and easy to use.
Amazing python plugin which makes interaction with local shell super simple.
Allows to import the 'local' machine and access commands from it, pipe them together, import commands from the PATH directly and even interact with other machines over ssh.
Saves your shell history as a searchable sql database and allows advanced search queries to be run against it.
Additionally, allows you to share your shell history over encrypted server (did not audit code for actual encryption etc)
Might be overkill, but might be useful if run on a lot of personal servers.
Honestly, I would rather like to see them in timewarrior itself than a standalone script, but they are very useful, providing some command aliases, adding a simple duration syntax, and most importantly allowing to 'restart' a task (you pressed start but did not really yet, just restart at the time you actually start working), or 'restore' (you pressed stop but then continued working on a task, restore is 'continue' which fills the gap in between).
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