I went along today to my first open source hack afternoon, a regular language/platform agnostic hack group that’s now meeting at the Artifactory. It was a hot day today, with dark orange skies from the fires up near Mundaring, and when I got to the Artifactory there was a bit of a delay in getting […]
I have been using Piwigo for a couple of years (photos.samwilson.id.au), and have been really happy with it. The ability to work with large numbers of photos (uploading lots, and bulk-editing) is what made it a pleasure to use to start with; these are usually the initial tasks one does with this photo-gallery software, and […]
Linux Voice has reached their target, and so shall be published! Hooray!
As much as I don’t really know why people can’t just host their own blogs, I think this sort of service is pretty great: Ghost has initially launched to a small group of investors who donated money through Kickstarter, the crowdfunding website. The minimal structure and design reflects the ethos of other pared-down blogging platforms […]
I first used a Mac in about 1993 — a Quadra I think it might’ve been, or a Performa. I’d come from DOS and Amiga and didn’t really know anything about anything — I didn’t even know there was anything to be known. I remember hearing someone talking about Windows, and assuming they just meant […]