It's I ♥ Free Software Day at the hackerspace, so I'm going through the most recent issues and PRs for nov.el. Looks like I can cut a new release with some long-awaited features for my most popular #emacs package soon.
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Working full-time on open-source software \o/
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Oh yeah, maybe you're like "WTF is this Spritely thing, I haven't heard of this before now...???"
Well I have talked about it a bit, but not enough... it's been in the planning stages for a while, and as of this week, starting to ramp up into the execution space. Read more here: https://dustycloud.org/blog/spritely/
In the 50’s, TV repairmen made house calls. Like doctors. When your set went “on the blink” the repairman showed up with a big case filled with vacuum tubes. He’d remove the particle board back of your set and begin replacing and testing tubes. I don’t recall our set “going into the shop” but if it did, a loaner would have been provided. Being without a TV was unthinkable.
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