the purpose of this is to have a searchable and interactive index of my code work history as documentation. i want to do more literate programming too and i think this is a good way to start with that practice.
frankly this goes way beyond the level of “pet peeve” because of how stupid we have become about adopting security vs understanding security. don’t make me install apps on my phone to prove my identity if biometrics on my laptop would do the same thing. it’s really awful.
i want to write an org file each time i make a commit: https://github.com/samdmarshall/dotfiles/commit/6016f773b6e596defe810bded704372672fdfb28 but git commit templates only allow you to populate the commit editor with static text. so do i need to have a precommit hook to generate a new commit msg template each time? or is there a better way?
i think my ideal job would be to teach a bunch of eccentric/non-traditional comp sci electives at a university somewhere. though, i don’t know if i’d have the credentials to just start doing that.
i have no idea what made me think of this but i had finished university a few months prior, myself, and while disembarking the plane in boston; someone chased me down to offer me a teaching position. at the time i foolishly turned them down, but now wish i had heard them out.
hi, i'm demi. i have an undiagnosed illness (causing peripheral neuropathy), and suffer from severe chronic pain.
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