Mar 21, 2021

Moving to Wayland
In the middle of January, my computer decided to surprise me, and not in a good way. Differently from all the quirks I've come to expect from it after all these 6 years of use — faulty keyboard, flashing screen, bad audio jack — this time it was worse, and it wasn't …

Feb 20, 2021

Ledsticker: My first holistic SW + HW project
It was in the middle of 2019. I was taking classes in Embedded Systems Laboratory and had to make the final project of my choice. I had the idea to do some sort of a Guitar Hero using a keyboard for the input, an 8x8 LED matrix to display the …

Jan 20, 2021

Organization beyond Taskwarrior
In the previous article of this series, I went into all my Taskwarrior and VIT customizations, and my workflow with them, that enables me to organize my tasks and get them done. Tasks, however, aren't the whole story when getting organized. Another crucial component of organization is having a calendar …

Dec 22, 2020

Managing my tasks using VIT
Two years ago I decided to get more organized about my life. During that time I read the Getting Things Done book and discovered Taskwarrior, a task manager for the terminal which doesn't get in the way. I greatly appreciated Taskwarrior's simplicity and customizability, but after some time, the need …

Nov 20, 2020

Porting a flash LED driver upstream
Now that I had a working serial cable for my Nexus 5, I was ready to face some action and help in upstreaming. Looking through Brian Masney's TODO page there were a couple options, but the one I ended going for was the rear flashlight. Hardware doesn't get much simpler …