WordPress to Fe-di…verse…?

This is another post in the series about WordPress discoverability for the people wanting to not put all their eggs in one basket by handing over all their content creations to walled gardens such as Google+, Facebook, Twitter, etc. The problem about discoverability is one of the toughest challenges to overcome; with walled gardens, everyone […]

Leaving Google+ – a multi part story about “the how to what”…?

Being a long time, albeit sporadic, user of Google+, it’s with some resentment sadness surprise rage sense of meh I’m now trying to find a new place in the Wide World of Memes. I’m going to ramble a bit about the problem space, where I’m at, and what I’ve been faced with in terms of […]

WP permissions

Installing WordPress and keeping some sanity for the inevitable Upgrade Plugin modification Theme modification needs this link and excerpts: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/18352682/correct-file-permissions-for-wordpress Excerpt one: When you setup WP you (the webserver) may need write access to the files. So the access rights may need to be loose. chown www-data:www-data -R * # Let Apache be owner find […]

Tunneling Gerrit

Tunneling and Gerrit was a really interesting happening, as it wasn’t all clear how to do the following things Allow cloning and interaction with Gerrit Git Allow interaction with Gerrit’s web UI The first part was easier than the second. So let’s look at the second first. Allowing interaction with Gerrit’s web UI In order […]