For anyone that might be interested. I'm doing a stream tomorrow at 2pm UTC about Scala Development in Vim with Metals. I'll be going over the Vim extension in detail and answering any questions people might have about Metals. Feel free to tune in if you are interested!
I wrote a short post on Bloop for any Metals users out there.
In other news, I've still been working a ton on Metals, and doing what I can to improve the Vim experience for Metals users. I recently started a guide and plugin to use Metals with the built-in LSP support of Nvim nightly.
I haven't been around much. Hey everyone.
Unpopular opinion, GitHub has improved so much over the last 6 months, and I think the collaboration you can get on there is unmatched. Everything else feels like 10 steps backwards.
I'm sort of surprised how strongly the actions of a few ripple through the entire town.
I also just came across this which is helpful. https://github.com/awesome-selfhosted/awesome-selfhosted#analytics
I've been pretty quiet / busy lately, but I've been finding bits of time here and there to slowly redo my wiki. I've had my previous one for over a year. It's much simpler than my current site, doesn't contain any JS, and I'm finding myself much more satisfied with it. It's generated with a mixture of Markdown and a couple https://ammonite.io/ scripts written in Scala. Excited to get this finished soon.
We had a huge Metals release yesterday. Tons of new features added and a lot of small improvements. I'm super proud of this project and feel really privileged to be a part of it.
Still been hacking a ton on https://github.com/ckipp01/coc-metals. New features include an embedded Doctor, supporting more LSP client commands, and better statusline integration.
The law of user focus
When designing a program, one should first think about how to make an intuitive and powerful program. Implementation issues should only be considered once a user interface has been designed.
Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.