12 Feb 2003 chalst   » (Master)

Certifications, Centres, and Policies
I'm rather disappointed no-one commented on my idea of alternate centres for advogato's trust-metric. I've a few more ideas, but not really enough time to put them in a coherent form. Well, any comments on what I wrote before are welcome.

Working on John Harper's librep. Actually find I am using jade much more often than I use emacs, because:

  1. I like rep much more than elisp;
  2. It has a much smaller footprint/faster startup time on my underpowered laptop
  3. John Harper has shown a lot of good taste in the design of the system.
I'm surprised to be using it as much as I do: I'd developed something of a dependency on many advanced features of emacs, and I wouldn't have expected to do without them as well as I have. I still use emacs for auctex, though. At the moment I'm hacking hygienic macros for librep, but I'm finding it hard to make time for this.

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