Hi, I’m lthms.
I didn’t like syntax highlighting, but I like types and functional programming languages. He/him.
Interested in starting a discussion? Don’t hesitate to shoot me an email.
Welcome to my little corner of the Internet.
You will find it dusty more often than not, but it’s been there for quite a while now, and its contents might be of interest for you. If that is the case, I’m thrilled, or I would be if I knewPlease, let me know!.
All categories combined, here is the last pieces of contents I have published on this website.
- Patch Dependencies for Stacked Git (January 25, 2023)
- How I Keep Using Stacked Git at
$WORKin 2023 (January 15, 2023)
- Monthly Retrospective: October and November 2022 (November 19, 2022)
- Monthly Retrospective: September 2022 (September 18, 2022)
- Monthly Retrospective: August 2022 (August 15, 2022)
I had an RSS feed once, but it’s long gone, mostly because the toolchain I ended up writing for generating this website does not allow me to generate one easily. I hope it might come back at some point.
Here is a curated list of the free software projects I have most enjoyed writing, and that made an impact on my daily life.
- ogam is a domain-specific markup language intended to free fiction writers from the pain to enforce typographic rules themselves.
- keyr is a collection of software to know how many keystrokes you have made since you have started using it.
coqffiis a tool that generates the necessary boilerplate to use OCaml functions in a Coq development, and configure the Coq extraction mechanism accordingly.
- Spatial Sway is a daemon that enables a dynamic tiling management workflow a la Material Shell and PaperWM.