Yesterday, I bought an icon pack containing over 3,000 (!) SVG files and macOS utterly failed me when I tried to search the unarchived folder.
So I did what any self-respecting Racketeer would do. I used this as an excuse to play around with Racket’s built-in GUI library!
This article is outdated as of 2020/05/05 because it refers to the previous implementation of GitHub Actions. I’ve put together a newer version at Using GitHub Actions to Test Racket Code (Revsied) so you probably want to read that instead.
Like Alex Harsányi, I’ve been looking for a good, free-as-in-beer, alternative to Travis CI. For now, I’ve settled on GitHub Actions because using them is straightforward and because I saves me from creating yet another account with some other company.
It turns out that when you delete your Google accounts, Google unsubscribes you from any (public and private) Google Groups you’re a member of. I found out about this only because my inbox traffic these past couple of days felt unusually light so I went and looked at racket-users and, lo and behold, there were a bunch of new posts I hadn’t received.
I spent this past weekend de-Google-ifying my life and, despite my expectations, it wasn’t too hard to do.