The FOSS community is quick to throw shade on anyone who messes up or does something which is perceived to be wrong. More so when that someone is a company. It’s a bit sad really, there is no loyalty in this community. You mess up and you might as well pack it in. So when a company like Mozilla messes up, the haters –not the haters specifically of the someone, but the trolls, the people who live and breath for the ability to hate– come crawling out of the woodwork enmasse.
I’ve been using and enjoying a lot of lately. My most recent foray into Rust Lang was brought on by a challenge started among some friends to write a program that could find the longest word in a text as fast as possible. My initial joking attempt was done in BASH and it was mildly successful, but slower than pretty much everything other than Python and Node.JS. So I wrote a Rust version.
First step to getting [neo]mutt to work is to figure out how to populate the maildir. This can be done in a few ways, including from within mutt itself. The problem with using mutt is that mutt won’t store files for offline use and instead has to load the emails. This means two things: you need an internet connection emails aren’t backed up There are ways around this, namely using a different tool to sync your inboxes.
I hate using a mouse, not because I am some neckbeard who refuses to admit Gopher died before it was ever bootstrapped, but because using a mouse causes me a decent amount of pain. So if I can keep my hands on a keyboard –ideally on the home row and with my /comfy/ vim keybinds– than I am happy. As a result, I have developed a love for the terminal. One place I have struggled to get my workflow moved into the terminal, however, is email.
I figured I’d go for something tongue-in-cheek for April. You may not know it yet but Microsoft is now a Linux fanboy too and poised to take the Linux world by force storm. So I figured I’d avoid the beatings and jump on the bandwagon now. Enjoy! Featuring: os Arch, Linux v. 5.0.5 dm i3-gaps (not using the gaps features though) bar i3-blocks visible apps st, my fork is here neofetch If you want to get your hands on my gruvbox colored Windows 95 wallpaper, help yourself!