~/.emacs.dinto git so I can get at it on multiple computers and share the things I find at work/home with myself.
One of the things that flashed by in the video was
notmuch, the emacs mail browser. Email is more of a pain in the butt than anything useful, these days, as family and friends use phones to contact me and work primarily uses a chat system, but what the hell, I thought, let's try doing email in emacs again (I'd previously tried gnus).
I primarily used the guide here, with some tweaks from here. Ended up modifying the latter a bit to gel with the GObject Introspection that might have come into existence after the wiki-page/python module were written. Works fine with it, though.
return keyring.get_password('offlineimap', account)
It turns out that setting up
offlineimapis the bulk of the work and doesn't run automatically, so I basically would need to automate running it or check my mail manually in a two-step
offlineimap -> notmuchworkflow? I probably won't actually continue using it, but we'll see!