Rad Talks: A platform to share/rate/discuss [talks] related to all sciences.
A command line tool/GUI. Basically blocks websites for a fixed amount of time and shows [quotes] on the screen instead.
Calender with layers
A lot of
people believe this is an important idea missing from
calendars. Although you could go a bit far with something like google calender, I think there is a lot more to this.The
idea is that the calendar app will have layers/plugins you can add on top. with the right integrations, A calendar can
be a life log as well. Let me explain.
Say for suppose you have a run of the mill calender, and you add a diary layer on top. Now every morning or night you
get a reminder to put in your thoughts. You add in another layer of [music] integration and record data of all the songs
you listen to. Add in another layer for tracking all the application’s/games you open, add in another layer to integrate
browser history, another layer for fitness tracking, another layer for sleep tracking etc.. At some point, a loaded
calendar can be a digital life log for a person. It will be really interesting to see how that will look like.
The reason I want to work on this is that if I ever want to use switch to GNOME web, the one feature I sorely miss
is the lack of bit warden extension. If I can substitute that with a quick and clean desktop app, that would be awesome.
A Solid SQL GUI
I was in a company for a while which used postgresql, there I noticed that linux lacks a native
SQL client like Postico / TablePlus for mac.