I have been a fan of minimalistic window managers for a long time. It began when I first switched to Blackbox in 2002 and continued on as I migrated to newer Blackbox variants such as Fluxbox and then on to Openbox. Although, when I switched to Openbox in 2005 it ...read more
I had some free time today and I decided to make a few changes to jskomment so that I could implement a few features that I felt were missing.
Here are the changes that I made:
- jskomment has been given an overall nicer design.
- The data is now ...
I like to frequent a variety of websites and blogs which discuss and advocate open source software.
Recently I had some time to kill and I did a few searches on DuckDuckGo in order find a few more decent ones to read.
This prompted me to write this post in ...read more
What is Pelican?
Pelican is a Python-powered static website generator which comes with a rather decent feature set. It allows you to write your blog entries in reStructuredText, Markdown, or AsciiDoc using any editor that you desire.
It also supports:
- Atom/RSS feeds.
- Code syntax highlighting.
- Integration with various services ...
I have used Irssi and GNU Screen together for what seems to have been well over a decade now. Both applications do the job required of them quite well and as such they have always been one of the first things I installed an a fresh system.
Unfortunately, neither of ...read more
This post is more for my future reference than anything, but hopefully it is useful to others as well. :)
Firefox with OpenSUSE's patches which allows it to integrate better into KDE.
If you use Archlinux, it can be obtained through the AUR. The package name is firefox-kde-opensuse ...read more
A member of a defunct community that I ran for eight years recently showed up on my site and it got me thinking about the past and how much fun we all had back then. It dawned on me that people from my old community might be interested in knowing ...read more
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