Managing tasks, time, and making sure one takes a break: Integrating Taskwarrior, Timewarrior, and Gnome Pomodoro
As the amount of work increases, it becomes ever so more important to manage time and work in an efficient way. So, there's Taskwarrior for managing tasks, Timewarrior for tracking them, and Gnome Pomodoro for making sure one takes regular breaks and doesn't let the long hours affect their health in a bad way.
Different teams use different platforms to communicate within themselves. When teams on different communication platforms want to collaborate, though - there's a bit of an issue. In this post, I document how one can setup channels on various platforms (Slack, IRC, Gitter) and bring them all together on Riot.
I've come across a few mailing lists for neuroscientists, but I couldn't find a chat channel. While mailing lists suit certain purposes, open source communities tend to use a combination of mailing lists and chat channels - each platform serves different purposes. TLDR: here's a new chat channel on Gitter here for everything neuroscience related. It is also accessible using the IRC and Riot.
After years of using the excellent Firefox, I've decided to tweak my workflow a little more by giving Qutebrowser a go. Qutebrowser is a brilliant keyboard-focused browser. In this post, I document my first day with Qutebrowser, and I also include some tips and tricks that others may find helpful.