I’ve had a sorta kinda Pebble alternative on my arm for some months now and thoroughly enjoy the refound love for developing on a wrist watch that doesn’t need to recharge three times a day. It’s been a bit of a roller coaster to get started developing for it (wth is “Web Bluetooth?… oooooh, interesting.… Continue reading Bangle.js 2 + Docker = ok
Last updated on 2021-10-14, read the summary I have had enough. It’s bad enough that social media has become the scourge of the Internet, but that doesn’t mean key services such as email should have to be stronghold(ed?) by Big Corp such as Google, Microsoft, and other massive vendors. The Internet was built on a… Continue reading Self hosted mail server
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… Continue reading WordPress to Fe-di…verse…?
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… Continue reading Leaving Google+ – a multi part story about “the how to what”…?
We all do it. I mean, it’s not really a choice is it? It’s just something that has to be done more frequently than changing socks. I’m of course talking about reinstalling Windows. Because, man, is this a totally non-hardened OS or what? You can go to one ad-powered website and get a whole slew… Continue reading Taking back your control after Windows reinstall
add_filters seem to have its use in a WordPress context. However, debugging them is shit. And there are not a whole lot of good examples around to explain how to work with them. I was trying to figure out a way to modify the colour defaults for the quotes component in AESOP Story Engine, and… Continue reading Just a small note on add_filter in WordPress
This took me a while to figure out, mainly because I: Went the quick and dirty route Found a TON of tips on how to add Google Web and other web fonts, which I didn’t want because I Wanted to load custom (TTF) fonts I was about to use a WordPress plugin called Fonts, because… Continue reading Adding _your_ fonts to TinyMCE (WordPress)
Simple solution to a simple problem; Problem I can’t figure out where in the wholey hell of Linux-operating-system-paths-and-specifications, a package is spread out. Solution dpkg -L [package]
Gerrit is a really interesting code review tool. When I worked for one of my former employers I got to test it out and I was both intrigued and daunted by it. The learning curve is sky-high with this one, but there’s a lot of things done right, when it comes to running huge code… Continue reading Gerrit commands and other bits
I had the good fortune of getting a “Firefox OS Developer Preview” device called “peak” delivered to me the other day. It took nearly a month from purchase to delivery and the overall information sharing by Geeksphone (the creators of peak) was not what I would expect. But I digress. We’re here to talk about… Continue reading My impressions on two not-that-old mobile OSes (Ubuntu Touch et. Firefox OS)