But it’s easy to just ask, and sometimes it works out way better than you’d have guessed.
I read my mail in the terminal because pictures did me wrong. I use
NeoMutt, a fork of
mutt. One day, an idea occurred to me for a motto
for NeoMutt and I suggested it to the
The amount of bikeshedding that went on in that thread was incredible. But they adopted it.
New Motto NeoMutt - “Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks” It’s very appropriate, it’s catchy, it’s funny. Thank you Alok Singh for the suggestion.
That got me a NeoMutt developer credit despite writing no actual code.
You should use
fd. It’s a better
One request I made ended up bumping the project up a major version.
Maybe this is just a theme with projects that start with
Neovim, if you try to edit a filename with spaces using
:e file with spaces, you get an error. Or at least, you used
Which led to this.
So I (indirectly) changing the default behavior of Vim, my beloved editor and a major open source project.
Turns out that asking really is worth it.