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  • org-jira

    Bring Jira and OrgMode together

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  • lab.el

    Emacs-GitLab integration

    - Check to see that there isnt an MR outstanding bysomeone else ( using )

  • LunarVim

    🌙 LunarVim is an IDE layer for Neovim. Completely free and community driven.

    I'll admit I didn't look into it, but Helix sounds like something like LunarVim (

    Personally I much prefer that the editor NOT ship with something like that by default, especially when it's so easy to set up. I have several different vim config I use, including a pretty bare-bones one for headless systems, and I much prefer the ability to customize something very specifically.

    Build tools that can compose together, rather than a single do-it-all tool. That is the power of the low level editors vs IDE's.

  • emacs-ipython-notebook

    Jupyter notebook client in Emacs

    I used at one employer and it works quite well for Jupyter. Of course Org is great but if your coworkers are unfamiliar it's probably a non-starter.

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