People with a passion… (May 14, 2005, 0) - According to Kathy Sierra at Creating Passionate Users (another must-read blog), this is what passion looks like:
I want to make Planner users more than just “satisfied and happy.” I
want them to get an “I totally rock!” experience every time they start up
their Emacs, and I want them to do that every day. How can I
Aha! (May 24, 2006, 0) - Thanks to a conversation earlier about web development and careers, I
think I’ve figured out a little more about what I want to do. =)
I want to support people and communities through social tools.
I want to help people make the most of blogs, wikis, podcasts,
vidcasts, social bookmarking, social networking, community content
management systems, whatever. I want to
kernel-janitor-discuss (December 19, 2003, 0) - The kernel-janitor-discuss archives on
http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?forum_id=2314 seem to be
spam-filled. I’m tempted to work on the balancing-functions task, as
that doesn’t require too much hardware knowledge, but don’t know whom
to check for sync. Besides, I’m working with an ancient list.
Gmane is better. http://news.gmane.org/group/gmane.linux.kernel.janitors/last=/force_load=t
Oh, that’s because it’s now email@example.com
On mailing lists (August 5, 2005, 0) - I find it a bit strange that people here like broadcasting their
messages by putting everyone in To: or Cc:. I _know_ they’ve heard of
mailing lists. Everyone knows about mailing lists. Heck, even my
parents have a mailing list for their advertising photography company.
By mailing list, I mean a managed mailing list through something like
Yahoo Groups or
Looking for Emacs blogs (January 4, 2005, 0) - I’d love to read more about the wonderful editor/way-of-life that is
Emacs. Know of any Emacs-related blogs? (Occasional off-topics are
fine.) Please e-mail the URL to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the
You can check out http://del.icio.us/sachac/emacs+blogs for a list of
blogs so far.
I plan to aggregate blogs into a general blog feed and an
Emacs-specific blog feed.