Monthly review: May
What I've worked on
One code contribution got merged this month:
I've reviewed and approved 22 pull requests.
Reviewing 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 open PRs 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.
qwerty touch typing
I almost achieved my primary goal from last month: Reaching 60+ WPM touch typing
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
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
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.