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Blog: https://sachachua.com (mostly Emacs News these days), sketches: https://sketches.sachachua.com. I also maintain planet.emacslife.com and subed.el
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I like the idea of https://github.com/aureliojargas/clitest - describe the tests for a command-line program in your documentation, and then be able to easily run those tests and verify if they passed. Sounds like something that could be useful for Org Babel too.

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