The Fedora projects blog has a good introduction to the i3 windowing manager here. I’m definitely going to try i3 later in the day and perhaps even try going back to Fedora as well.
Month: February 2016
I’m currently reading an article that explains in detail how the Signal/Slot architecture of Qt actually works: https://woboq.com/blog/how-qt-signals-slots-work.html
Pros and Cons of Draft Banking
As of writing this sentence I have thirty-seven other articles drafted. This is because I have sat down and thought of ideas that I could write about and created drafts for all of them. I call this Draft Banking. The key to this is that my first draft is a list of points. For example… Continue reading Pros and Cons of Draft Banking
Sorry for the change of theme. In my efforts to make this site more organised I found out that the WR-Elite theme I was using is incompatible with links to categories. I’ve informed its creators and hopefully they will fix it. In the mean time please tell me what you think of how my site is at the moment.
Maybe is a python script that allows you to simulate running commands such as rm without making any actual changes to files. I’ve just given it a test run and it seems to work very nicely.
Do you want to rerun rm test_file and permit these operations? [y/N]
This looks like an excellent script for using on servers in particular!
I’m presently working on dividing this blog into three separate sections:
- Home site (pages rather than posts)
- Professional / Technological sub-blog
- Entertainment sub-blog
Once I’ve completed this process I’ll write at least one post on using WordPress as a CMS, possibly including patching WordPress its self.