That is exactly what I am trying to achieve at the moment, a book on how to set up your private git server with GitLab. I can’t say too much about what will be in it or if it even will be published, since that is not entirely up to me. I’m doing my best [...]
When I first learned of MarkDown I was torn between having to write academical papers in software like Microsoft Word or Apple’s Pages. Both are surely functional Programs, even though I’d always preferred Open or Libre Office, for the sake of standards and an open world. In my studies as a Multimedia Designer in Denmark [...]
I just backed Ghost on Kickstarter. Ghost is, according to the ambitious authors, going to be a blogging platform based on node.js, that will be extendable with plugins and themes, like WordPress. My incentive for throwing in 10£ was that backers get a month early access to the projects source code, whereas everyone else will [...]
Did you ever want to make your keyboard back light (or any other light source you can control with a bash command) show Morse code? I have and since I’m primarily back on Linux now, this wasn’t a hard thing to do. For the first time I really looked at executing bash commands from inside [...]
Yesterday I’ve installed Uberwriter, which is a MarkDown editor I quickly want to tell about. It’s a very nice looking application and something that is my replacement for Mou, which I’ve come to love on my Mac.