Why Emacs will NEVER be popular

Emacs is my ride or die software, where I do all my computing. If not for Emacs, I wouldn’t give a byte about computers. Moved to GNU/Linux just for Emacs. But let’s face it, Emacs will forever swim against the current. Just like Gentoo, it’s too hardcore for the mainstream. To vibe with it or not, that’s the 1 million dollar question. Possible Solutions Emacs needs distributions to shine in this modern digital landscape where everything should “just work” Distros like Doom Emacs can flex the power of Emacs, enticing even those who can’t define it....

Emacs Email Management | Setup Guide for mu4e & isync

Email, hate it or love it, we all have to deal with it. Thankfully, thanks to Emacs & mu4e you can have a productive and, dare I say, fun time working with emails. About In this guide I will guide you through setting up mu4e with multiple accounts, using isync & mu, as well as the basics of how to incorporate mu4e into your workflow, plus tips & tricks like using mu4e actions to apply git patches....

Gnosis (γνῶσις) First Release

Gnosis (γνῶσις) is a spaced repetition system (SRS) implementation for note taking and self testing, for GNU Emacs. Gnosis does not use flashcard type learning, instead it uses a binary value to rate user input. Meaning you either know the right answer, or you do not, no rating of your own is involved. *Update: Visit this user-manual for updated information on gnosis. Consider this as an just old blog post about my project....

pcomplete-yay | Extensible completions for yay in eshell

Eshell is my favorite shell, but it’s not as polished or well documented for daily tasks. One such example is using completions for package managers, like yay, to install/remove packages. ...

Setting Firefox to use emacs keybindings

Returning to Firefox from Nyxt, while preserving the Emacs-style workflow and keybindings. ...