Today I'll hopefully have a fair chunk of time to work on my , a single-user responsive object server implemented inside . I've been tinkering with its internals, inspired from working with engines. It's meant to play nice with and the , while pulling data from one's emacs client or org-mode files.

View the source here gitlab.com/emsenn/suros/blob/m

Join the development chat here riot.im/app/#/room/#suros:matr

Interested in , my webserver that's meant to be activitypub compliant? I've set up a matrix channel for talking about it:

riot.im/app/#/room/#suros:matr

(unfamiliar with Suros? It's an and focused personal webserver for serving up data from your client, like files)

Interested in , my webserver that's meant to be activitypub compliant? I've set up a matrix channel for talking about it:

:matrix.org

(unfamiliar? It's an and focused personal webserver for serving up data from your client, like files)

I'm making an compliant (and friendly) web server for myself in , by-the-by:

emsenn.neocities.org/suros.htm

/is/ a fine operating system.

Hey y'all if anyone is curious you can see most of my configuration at emsenn.net/projects/emacs-stuf

There's some use of there too

If there's any part you have a question about please let me know so I can prioritize documenting those sections.

Yesterday I wrote about for a , wrote about the mechanics of an adventure for such, shared some folk I'd recommend following, and started to think about how to improve these logs.

emsenn.net/logs/20190628.html

New post: macros for plating a adventure

This post talks about writing character templates for adventures in a using and Org-mode to avoid repeating myself.

emsenn.net/posts/org-mode-macr

In the wide world of there has to be a function that takes a list of strings and returns an oxford-comma'ized concatenation:

("foo" "bar") = "foo and bar"
("foo" "bar" "biff") = "foo, bar, and biff"

I'm like, 99% sure this has to exist. But so much exists for Emacs, I can't find it. <- more hashtags because gosh I don't wanna write this.

question: Can I tell what a macro will evaluate out to without running an export, like org-evaluate-macro-at-point or something?

I'm streaming live on , where I'll be working on my portfolio, and maybe some with my canon , and maaaybe dabbling in my templates - all will be done in with -mode.

twitch.tv/emsenn

The channel chat is usually my favorite part of these streams these days, so I hope to see you there, random follower!

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