Most of the time I use my commute to listen to podcasts. Because they reflect my interests at this point in time, I thought it would be nice to share my current list.
Currently I have about 30 tabs open in the browser on my phone. Quite a bunch of them I have open because I want to read the article in the future, already have read the article and want to reread or act on it, or a combination of the above. In this article I list the open tabs (and some notes) so I can close them on my phone, but still have a reference to them.
A site I’m working on uses
Font Awesome. Font Awesome is an iconic font
designed for use with
Twitter’s Bootstrap and
currently (at version 4.0.0) includes 370 icons. It is an easy to use and
nice icon font. But I needed
PNG files of the icons so I could use
the same icons in a different system.
Since I keep forgetting the name of this monitoring tool, I decided to create an article so I can jog my memory more easily.
Several Pythonistas switched to a static blog this year. If you are also looking into static blog engines, give Acrylamid a go.
I frequently have to send emails from web applications. But before I deploy to a production environment, I want to make sure the mechanism works and the right mails are constructed. Here’s two ways to do that.
Be careful when parsing dates with the Zope
My experiences with upgrading Ubuntu 8.10 (Intrepid Ibex) to Ubuntu 9.04.
Almost flawless upgrade from Hardy Heron (8.04) to Intrepid Ibex (8.10). Only
python-setuptools needed manual attention. Other than that: I love it!
Setuptools doesn’t seem to like subversion 1.5.