I love #freesoftware. I wasn't happy with all the #emacs mode-lines out there so I just wrote one by borrowing some the functionality from another free software and built a mode line that serves my needs. It's nice to be free.
@veer66 Hey friend, I got some questions for you if you don't mind sharing.
1) What do you like about clojure?
2) What don't you like about Clojure?
3) What do you think about a type system and clojure?
How to help GNU Emacs maintainers?
Read/watch on https://bzg.fr/en/how-to-help-gnu-emacs-maintainers/
Where I oppose the HOT vs ACDC mindsets when it comes to #FreeSoftware maintenance.
Whenever I'm emotional (any emotion, sadness, loneliness, happiness ...) I pick up my guitar and start playing and recording myself. As long as that emotion stays with me I play and refine the song I'm playing. I give it a name and store it in an album called "That man". When I listen to any of those songs later, the same emotions resonate within me and I relive those moments, good or bad.
To me, #music is the best medium for emotions.
I just finished watching a video that shows how mutation works in evolution in a computer simulation. He has made the whole thing using OpenSource tools and the results are fascinating! I can’t emphasise enough on how such videos and explorations are missing from online wold. The idea is simple, the implementation is relatively straightforward and yet the results are super awesome.
I strongly suggest it everyone as the explanations are good for biologists and IT folks:
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