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- images for explanation
- hydras
- mu4e
- [[https://github.com/hlissner/doom-emacs/tree/develop][hlissner/doom-emacs]]
- very vim-y
- shackle for pop-ups
- helpful for better help
- steal the function doom/window-enlargen

* Things to look into
** TODO Read about emacs =follow-mode=
Follow mode allows you to extend your scrolling of a buffer across multiple
splits.
* TODO Find a suitable shell setup inside emacs
Currently I use =urxvt= as an external terminal. Ideally I would like to run
my shell from within emacs but as of present I haven't found an experience
smooth enough to use full time. One possibility is using eshell and doing
all of the configuration in elisp. The other (and more likely option) is using
=shell=, =term= or =ansi-term= with packages like [[https://github.com/killdash9/better-shell][=better-shell=]].
* TODO Write an app that suggests Github repos based on stars
The basic idea is an app that would cross reference all of the repos starred by
users who also starred the same repos as you and display the most common overlap.
This is *very* performance intensive so a better solution or optimizations will
need to be considered.

* UNDERWAY Write a package that integrates =org-mode= into projects
* DONE Write a package that integrates =org-mode= into projects
CLOSED: [2018-09-27 Thu 00:29]
I'm working on this project at [[https://github.com/WolfeCub/org-project/][=org-project=]] on my github if you're interested in contributing.

The general idea of this package would be to have a org file that integrates
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code. In addition it should be able remove the TODO from the code once the org
item has been completed.

* UNDERWAY Write an efficient seam carving application web app
Seam carving is a technique that can "smart crop" an image i.e. shrinking without
distorting the image. I think that having a website provides this service would be
very useful to people.

- [ ] Write the core seam carving application in C++ as efficiently as possible
- [ ] Define a protocol for communication between the carver and the web app
- [ ] Write the web app

* TODO Find a suitable shell setup inside emacs
Currently I use =urxvt= as an external terminal. Ideally I would like to run
my shell from within emacs but as of present I haven't found an experience
smooth enough to use full time. One possibility is using eshell and doing
all of the configuration in elisp. The other (and more likely option) is using
=shell=, =term= or =ansi-term= with packages like [[https://github.com/killdash9/better-shell][=better-shell=]].

* TODO Find additional performance tweaks on windows
* DONE Find additional performance tweaks on windows
CLOSED: [2018-09-27 Thu 00:29]
Currently I use windows at work and have found that some things don't perform as
quickly as they do on linux. A few things that require more investigation are:
- =UTF-8= font display drastically slows down emacs
- =Magit= is quite slow though this is probably caused by =git= slowness
* TODO Write an app that suggests Github repos based on stars
The basic idea is an app that would cross reference all of the repos starred by
users who also starred the same repos as you and display the most common overlap.
This is *very* performance intensive so a better solution or optimizations will
need to be considered.

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