My name is Xue Fuqiao. I have been a GNU/Linux user since 2008. I've been an Emacsite since 2009 and began to write programs in Emacs Lisp since 2011. I used to be an XEmacs user. Now I use GNU Emacs and Guile-based Emacs. I don't like using the Emacs Lisp package manager. Instead, I like install additional Lisp packages by hand, which is flexible. I prefer to learn new things from reference manuals, instead of tutorials. My favorite font is proggy_tiny. Currently I use GNU Emacs on a laptop with Colemak layout.
I'm a software developer and software freedom activist. And I’m currently a student of NCUT. My major is Communication Engineering.
I'm a Free Software Supporter.
My GNU Emacs Installation
./configure --with-x-toolkit=no --without-toolkit-scroll-bars --with-wide-int
My GNU Emacs Invocation
emacsclient -c -a ""
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Started physiotherapy on June, 2012.
- There is no system but GNU, and Linux is one of its kernel.
- I've used Emacs for many years now, but have never reached its maximum potential.
- It is a logical impossibility to make a language more powerful by omitting features, no matter how bad they may be.
My Init Files
Emacs.bitmapIcon: off Emacs.font: ProggyTinyTT-12 Emacs*menubar.margin: 0 Emacs*toolBar: 0 Emacs.useXIM: off
- Tramp mode