- ☑ Deliver a chunk of functionality for project E1
- ☑ Polish and publish the Emacs Lisp beginner course, possibly on a self-serve platform
- ☑ Take it easy because of project F2
E1: Yeah, big milestone! Now working on related changes. And testing things, of course; there’s always more to test.
Emacs Lisp beginner course: I haven’t created a full course, but I’ll probably convert the beginner course into a downloadable PDF, EPUB, and MOBI this month.
As planned, I took it easier this month. Here’s a subset of my time changes:
|Activity||Percent of time||vs previous month|
|Family||5.10%||+4.8h / week|
|Sleep||37.6%||+4.4h / week|
|Learning||1.7%||+2.7h / week|
|Reading fiction||1%||+1.5h / week|
|Quantified Awesome||1.2%||-1.8h / week|
|Business||17.1%||-3.2h / week|
|Emacs||2.1%||-6.7h / week|
In July, I’d like to:
- E1: Update the documentation and help out in other ways
- Turn the beginner course into a convenient download
- Plan for project F3
- Solidify my exercise habit
I’ve been rereading a lot about philosophy: Epictetus and Aristotle, mostly. This month, I’d like to dig into Emerson and Thoreau. Next week, probably what Bertrand Russell says about happiness and people. Hmm…
- Emacs: beginner, intermediate, advanced
- Read Lisp, Tweak Emacs – Beginner 1/4: How to try Emacs Lisp
- Read Lisp Tweak Emacs – Beginner 2/4: How to understand what Emacs Lisp code does
- Read Lisp Tweak Emacs (Beginner 3/4): How can I make things more convenient?
- Read Lisp, Tweak Emacs (Beginner 4/4): “How can I add more features? How do I deal with errors?”
- Summarizing the last meeting dates in Org Contacts
- What could Emacs coaching look like?