Status update, January 2023
From the programming side of things, I kept working in Husky to release the 1.4.0 version. This release contains, among other things, a migration from Dagger to Koin and the update of the app for Android 13. I am happy with the result, and with this, the idea is to keep adding features to the app while providing support at the same time.
I have ambitious plans for Husky for this year, and I hope I manage to achieve those objectives in 2023.
I am also happy to report that, since the change of forges to Codeberg, people started to report bugs, and communication with users has improved, so that is something I celebrate.
In the meantime, I am also working on improving my Emacs configuration. Nothing new to report for now, I just keep trying new things to add or remove stuff in Emacs.
Before ending 2022, I wrote the 2022 recap, where I lay some objectives for this year. There is a lot of things I would like to do and to improve, and I hope to achieve those this year.
On an off-topic point of the post, I noticed the other day that, since I changed most of my applications to a light theme, stress in my eyes reduced substantially. I combine a mix of dark themes in a few apps (i.e. the terminal) with light themes (i.e. Emacs, Android Studio), and I noticed that my eyes do not get tired so soon, that I can look at the screen for longer period of times. Of course this does not mean I am going to stay looking at a screen more time, but it is something my eyes thank me for.
That would be all, see you in the next status!