Finally, I am trying to reorganize this website, add a portfolio and other kind of stuff that will help me remember the ton of stuff I wrote but never talked about. I’ll document in this article the different kind of things I tried. I am especially excited by the portfolio aspect (of which most will be private though).
I’m moving all my old file-based ssh and gpg keys to a YubiKey 4 hardware key. This post will get updated with a few notes along that migration. It also covers how to use pass and pass-tomb with these. And then I fell down the rabbit hole of using those keys everywhere…
I use Notmuch to manage my emails (and that’s just wonderfully fast) and use the Emacs frontend for it. But when I wanted to save attachements, it was not that easy to create folders. I had to exit the save, open a terminal, a dired or whatever create the folder… I use Helm for managing completion in emacs (and that’s a nice piece of software too).
To avoid that and with the help of Sacha Chua, I managed to add a shortcut in helm read file:
Pour cela, j’ai utilisé le logiciel ARSS, un peu vieillot, mais qui fait ce qu’il a à faire.
Commençons par un petit exemple, transformons l’image de la formule de cette fameuse transformée en son avec la commande :