- 1 zucchini
- Olive oil
- 1 tomato
- Salt and pepper
- 2 tbsp Chipotle sauce (can replace with 2 tbsp tomato concentrate and chili/tabasco/kaitaia fire)
- 1 cup orzo / rizoni pasta
Version 5 was not only a complete rewrite, but a complete re-imagining of the library, of its architecture, of its approach, of its goals.
A bit of history: versions 0 through 4 had a pretty simple goal: to work. Notify first started because I wanted to build cargo-watch. I never planned to write a cross-platform library spanning years of work and powering many different applications in the Rust world. I just wanted a tool that would recompile my code when I edited it. As time went on and more and more demand piled on Notify, the limitations of its humble beginnings and approach got to show.
Version 5 started as a technical redesign. And then I burnt out. Then I came back to it and re-imagined Notify with a focus on people instead. With a focus on well-being. Mine and others'.
The overarching goal of Notify is now to make it easy for people. For consumers: easy to use. For power users: easy to customise. For developers: easy to contribute to. For me: easy to manage and maintain.
The truth is: