What project are you currently working on, Cred Forums?

Lincoln Wood
Lincoln Wood

What project are you currently working on, Cred Forums?

Zachary Hill
Zachary Hill

Compiling Linux For Scratch, and making a distributions for home usage, that will just work and be super lightweight.

Sebastian Price
Sebastian Price

Windows kernel development, trying to make a rootkit for fun.

Carson Ross
Carson Ross

cloveros

Aiden Hughes
Aiden Hughes

Automating a HA baremetal Kubernetes deployment.

Brayden Wilson
Brayden Wilson

Cred Forums """"projects""""
I'll make the logo

Kevin Brooks
Kevin Brooks

ill install the gentoo

Benjamin Martin
Benjamin Martin

I'll remake the logo

Jonathan Jackson
Jonathan Jackson

mememacs
it doesnt even have superior hjkl navigation

Jacob Watson
Jacob Watson

Got my wasm interpreter working.

Alexander Anderson
Alexander Anderson

it doesnt even...
*blocks your path*

Daniel Lee
Daniel Lee

a version of evil-mode emacs
Why not just stick with vim?

Joseph Young
Joseph Young

t. Never happened

Oliver Wood
Oliver Wood

Working on an enterprise Node app for a financial firm. Trying to haul ass before a Friday demo at the end of the week.

Jose Turner
Jose Turner

Working on a GPU security research. It's pretty cool desu.

Jaxon Flores
Jaxon Flores

Rewriting a database application from C# to C. Instead of conveniently putting attributes on a class and being able to just call CreateTable(), Insert(), etc. with instances of the class I have to learn how to write SQL strings. I've been putting it off but I'm trying to learn it now.

Logan Cox
Logan Cox

T-SQL, MySQL, SQLite, or...?

Thomas Rivera
Thomas Rivera

Watching anime

Jaxson Walker
Jaxson Walker

Implementation of FEM on a sierpinski fractal generator for new athletic shoe designs

Robert Rodriguez
Robert Rodriguez

SQLite

Brody James
Brody James

Ah, then it ain't too bad. The official syntax documentation is more helpful than anything else.

Eli Fisher
Eli Fisher

because I like having a superior workflow.
the option to use emacs key bindings in insert mode (aka 'hybrid-mode')
better buffer/file management
better 'project' management
better autocomplete
better repl experience
magit
org-mode
more plugins

hybrid-mode, org-mode, and helm alone are enough for me to never use regular vim again for any extended editing whatsoever; everything else is just a nice bonus. I still use vim for quick edits here and there, but I just feel really constrained by it now whenever I start spending too much time in it.

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