One code contribution got merged this month:
I’ve reviewed and approved 22 pull requests.
Since Clippy is now using rust-highfive, incoming pull requests are automatically assigned to people on the reviewer list. Something about the random assignment makes a big difference to me. I feel so much more motivated to review pull requests. @flip1995 also did a lot of PR triage and we’re down to ~20 openPRs from around 40 at the beginning of May.
This makes me think that I should prioritize reviewing pull request more. It brings in more contributors and team additions in the long run which means more people are going to be in the reviewer pool.
I almost achieved my primary goal from last month: Reaching 60+ WPM touch typing on
qwerty. Currently I’m hovering around 50 WPM. This graph shows my progress on 10fastfingers.com starting with the 10th of May:
I’m still not where I want to be, especially when it comes to my
vim muscle memory that I had to give up. While I’m typing with
qwerty these days, I also want to be more mindful about potential finger pain and RSI because
dvorak felt much more comfortable to me.
My primary goal for June is to reach 80+ WPM touch typing on
qwerty. I feel as if I can’t get into proper flow without being able to touch type properly.
Apart from that I want to try and prioritize my assigned Clippy pull request reviews over providing my own code contributions.