How to manage *my* dotfiles with 'freckles'

Welcome to the last part of this three-part series about managing dotfiles with freckles, this is where it becomes interesting. The first part explained what dotfiles are, why one might want to manage them, and how to do that by hand. The second one explained how you can do the same thing using freckles, which is a configuration management tool I built on top of Ansible. This last installment will describe how I structured my own dotfiles, and how I use freckles to get them onto new environments.

How to manage your dotfiles with 'freckles'

This is part two of a three-part series about managing dotfiles with freckles. The first part explained what dotfiles are, why one might want to manage them, and how to do that by hand. This one here will show you how to do the same thing using freckles, and the last one will show how to use freckles with a more involved setup (mine).

So, I made this ..thing

It was one of those 'scratch-your-own-itch'-situations, I suppose. Only, I really didn't want to scratch that particular itch myself.