2022: too many twos
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Every new year I create a personal list containing an overview of what I have done in the past year. This year I want to do something different and create an empty space on which I’ll add stuff throughout the year. There are two reasons for this, first nothing significant happened in 2021 and second this will make me accountable all year round.
To fill that empty space I need projects. These projects must be small weekender projects so I don’t abandon them. To make myself accountable I’ll announce every project beforehand with a release date.
First Project: Command Line StumbleUpon.
Release date: 31st January.
- 2nd Jan 2022: Created the github repo : https://github.com/ranuzz/getsome
- 9th Jan 2022: Created the python package with local db support and RSS link suggestion
- 17th Jan 2022: Beta version launched : https://pypi.org/project/getsome/0.1.0/
- 19th Jan 2022: First version is ready : https://pypi.org/project/getsome/
The project is released before the planned release date, with very basic features. The tool is basically an rss reader where you can add or remove RSS links and whenever it is invoked to
getsome, it will get a random link from the subscribed RSS feeds and open it in a browser.