Mostly working now. Used my cal for the first time today. One thing I implemented that I think I like is that you're not bound to making timeblocks on arbitrary 15-30 minute boundaries. 5 minutes boundaries have less wasted time.

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Added edit mode to viscal, a timeblocking calendar I'm working on. Can edit timeblocks now.

xonsh is pretty cool. it's like if bash and python had a child.

vim-like timeblocking calendar 

Fun thing I added: events are analogous to lines in vim. you move up/down with k/j. I've just implemented vims 'o' command: create a new event and push adjacent events down.

viscal: vimlike timeblocking calendar ideas 

so something like

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viscal: vimlike timeblocking calendar ideas 

another idea: push the current timeblock down to the current time. For example, I've been fucking around on maly instead of doing my current timeblock (see img) so it would be nice to have a key to compensate for this.

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new viscal feature for timeblocking: show progress in the current time block.

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so it looks like desktop calendar apps suck on linux so I started working on one.

I mainly use calendars for timeblocking so this day view is all I have so far.

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