My Emacs Anniversery is in May. I started in 2007, so I guess I am turning into an old-timer. I am still learning stuff, which is why I love emacs.
Emacs projects are:
- ToDoChiKu - A Growl/Snarl interface for emacs. Comes with a few helpers.
- I did some work on TwIt. Ever sence they stopped supporting basic authentication over HTTPS I stopped working on it. I don’t use twitter enough, and don’t want to write an OpenAuth? library.
- Tagging - Originally from Conrad Barski M.D., I have heavily hacked it to work with ECB
- file-journal.el - I took it over, and started to make some adjustments.
- Lisp:work-timer.el - A simple timer that tells you when you need to start working, and when you need to start relaxing. Uses ToDoChiKu.
- Lisp:i-ching.el - i-ching for Emacs.
- Lisp:flip-tables.el goofy fun. Put an emoji table flipper on your kill ring.
Emacs Projects that I won’t kill, but I don’t work on anymore:
- cruisecontrol.el - An Emacs Controller for CruiseControl?. Right now it just starts a build.
- DevKitEmacs - A helper mode for interfacing with devkitpro. Making the compilation and testing of NDS homebrew much easier.
Emacs Projects that I will kill one day soon:
- JisekiDesktop - I don’t use it anymore. It was a neet idea though! Slated for death in 2013
- TwIt - Slated for death in 2013, unless someone else takes over.
- MojoSdk - Helper functions for interacting with the mojo SDK development tools. Now that the new palm handset is dead, is this useful?
OrgMode and ParEdit Mode are my favorite modes. I am also fond of the Bovinator and ECB.
Welcome to the wiki! On Windows, I usually just run eshell… --AlexSchroeder
Howdy to a fellow Schemer! See you over at Gambit Wiki (where I go by Trashbird1240) --JoelAdamson