I generally write on technical topics like programming languages, algorithms and mostly on workflow automatization, command line applications, GNU/Linux, Emacs and org-mode. I try to publish somewhat longer posts with some substance but lately I've been trying to get in the habit of posting occasional tidbits, snippets, small tips and tricks which I appreciate when I see these kinds of posts in other blogs. I also want to curate other blogs or links that I find useful somewhere here, someday soon.
I have other planned things for this web site, like the one I just mentioned above. Other than that I'm planning to add some pages containing stuff like:
I have been gathering information on these topics but I need to find a way to represent them in my website and also need to go over my notes and rephrase them for public consumption.
I maintain a few projects and occasionally contribute to other free software projects. Following list may be incomplete (please take a look at my my GitHub profile if you want to see my dead/half-baked projects) but here are the projects that I've been working on:
xdg-open. It let's you specify highly complex use-cases in a very simple form for opening your resources exactly as you want.
completing-readbased GitLab interface for creating/listing/acting upon merge requests, cloning/managing projects.
completing-readbased Jira interface for creating/listing/managing tickets.
Please do :). I'm a little bit slow in terms of responding but I always do. You can email me regarding any subject that you think I'll be interested and I'll get back to you.
If you are interested with my projects and want to contribute/maintain, please don't hesitate to contact as I am pretty willing to accept contributions or even share/defer the maintenance.
isamertgurbuz at gmail dot com