Weekly Review 2017 Week 11
My fourth weekly review. (Has been delayed for a day due to sleep deprivation.)
- Easy and straightforward password manager.
- Downloading patches from GitHub.
- Programming in Emacs Lisp.
- Linear typing in Haskell.
Some articles on delegation. (I should definetely delegate more.)
I continue reading about different email setups in Emacs. Though, I have finally settled on mbsync + dovecot + gnus.
- Geek: How to use offlineimap and the dovecot mail server to read your Gmail in Emacs efficiently
- EmacsWiki: Gnus Speed
- MailServerOverview - Dovecot Wiki
- dimitri/mbsync-el: Wrap calling mbsync in Emacs Lisp, with a gnus hook. I call mbsync from gnus now.
- Leaving Gmail Behind
- Mutt with multiple accounts, mbsync, notmuch, GPG and sub-minute updates
- Practical guide to use Gnus with Gmail
- Emacs, Notmuch and Offlineimap
- Migrating from offlineimap to mbsync for mu4e
- How I email, 2016 edition
Programming in Emacs Lisp
I have remembered I have started reading Programming in Emacs Lisp some time ago, and decided to continue reading.
(Still) Exploring ES6
I continue my reading. I have read the chapter I have skipped before but that’s pretty much all for this week.
- Pass: The Standard Unix Password Manager. A nice and easy password manager I have started using. I have finally replaced my password with very long random ones ^_^
- Tomb :: File Encryption on GNU/Linux
- Hash-based message authentication code - Wikipedia
- HMAC-based One-time Password Algorithm - Wikipedia. (pass is able to store OTP passwords via pass-otp.)
- Did NSA Put a Secret Backdoor in New Encryption Standard. Nice reading to make you think about security standards.
- Code Archaeology with Git. How to explore your git history to get facts you want.
- Ten Things You Didn’t Know Git And GitHub Could Do. Nothing new about git, but nice GitHub tricks. (Keyboard shortcuts, getting raw diffs.)