@AbbieNormal

Regarding Emacs: you might be surprised, I've actually got a couple of non-programmer friends to use it. With minimal configuration (e.g. CUA bindings), it gets the job done.

Git: There is Git Kraken and it does an amazing job, some non-programmer friends have no problem using it. I didn't mention it in the article since it's non-free.

Guix: It mostly needs an easy-to-use interface for package management, then anyone can use it. I'd like to work on it in the months to come.

@AbbieNormal

Thanks, glad you like it!

The admitted goal of the article is to raise the bar, hence the recommendations with a somewhat steep learning curve.

Next browser 1.3.0 released! next.atlas.engineer

News:

VI keybindings, ad-blocking,
downloads, a Qt webengine port (blink renderer), text search, and
more! Full changelog: github.com/atlas-engineer/next

Want to support 1.4.0 development? indiegogo.com/projects/next-br

Next, the infinitely extensible Lisp browser, just hit 1.2.1, with more stable GNU/Linux support!
next.atlas.engineer/

gitlab.com/ambrevar/emacs-disk

disk-usage.el: Sort and browse disk usage listings in Emacs!

Bye bye `ncdu`, my last curses-based program ;)

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