I’m updating my copy of the Smallest Federated Wiki, and the plugin format has evolved again. (Not surprising, the SFW is still in its experimental stage.) So, I’ve broken out my plugin for ThoughtStorms / SdiDesk format (wikish) from the original Project ThoughtStorms and made a dedicated git repository in the recommended format, naming convention […]
The GNU Manifesto Turns Thirty – Slashdot.
Note to self : sudo apt-get remove python2.7 Has a pretty dramatic effect on a Ubuntu box. There are a LOT of packages these days that are dependent on Python somewhere inside them (including a lot of Unity) 🙂
ThoughtStorms:TheNewFlowInternet Some notes on the new cards-down-notification-flow paradigm.
So Google are shutting down Google Code. To be honest, I don’t think it will be much missed. It’s a tacit acknowledgement that the state-of-the-art for code-hosting sites, and even how to run code-hosting sites, has moved far beyond it with GitHub. Google have obviously worked with GitHub and BitBucket to support migration. And, ironically, […]
I needed a quick and dirty way to see the class hierarchy and interface implementation of about 40 to 50 classes / interfaces in a small Java program. I didn’t need proper UML analysis / format or anything fancy. So a quick Python script + Graphviz did the job.
Further to this story. I tried to deploy another small Clojure library to Clojars today. And found myself being asked for the passphrase to sign my update. You need a passphrase to unlock the secret key for user: “phil jones ” 2048-bit RSA key, ID XXXXXX, created 2012-03-05 I got into a terrible confusion. Because, […]