My spouse and I have a podcast about our marriage and the challenges we've faced since my coming out as a trans woman a few years ago. The reception of it seems to be warm so far. We're hoping to help folks by sharing about our personal stuff. Check it out if that sounds interesting to you https://translitpodcast.buzzsprout.com
Could it be that I've had so many meetings and document writing sprints lately that my yearning for more techncial work is now expressing itself as a desire to configure command line clients for everything (again?) Or Am I just a linux nerd at heart, who spent too long in the far away land of Mac GUI Things (tm). Yes, it could also be both.
annnnnnd I have circled back to the point where I tell myself that the cli is all I need and all this GUI stuff is just a bunch of fluff and NeoMutt really is the best email client because email should be text amirite? and khal is nice. What would I be missing out on? HTML junk mail? Just because it's a massive pain in the ass to set up doesn't mean it's not worth it right? I mean... right?
I'm a staff engineer at an e-commerce company, love *nix, play way too much Divinity: Original Sin 2, and I'm a married homoromantic asexual trans woman <3
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