Demand for Arch Linux lanyards has been growing steadily. I had intended to have a new order by new years, but I ended up dealing with a different company, and decided to do a completely new design inspired by the updated Arch Linux website. There is a subtle gradient from dark grey to black in… Read More »
I’ve spent this weekend researching a wide variety of different python libraries for a pet project that may never come to fruition. To my delight, most of the projects I was interested were documented in Sphinx and the documentation had been posted online using Read The Docs or a self-hosted site. Some of the projects… Read More »
The workon script available in virtualenvwrapper is a useful tool for switching virtual environments on the fly. However, it fails for the workflow I prefer, so I wrote my own. I prefer to keep my virtualenvs in the same folder as whatever source code or project they apply to. Normally, I put them in a… Read More »
I spent some time this week helping a colleague learn the ins and outs of Git rebase. He mentioned that he could not find a git introduction that summarized the basic workflow you might use when contributing to an open source project on Github. This article attempts to fill the gap. Note that there are… Read More »
In another great Pycon2012 keynote, David Beazely asked the question, “is PyPy easily hackable?” After a great talk, he answered with a decisive, “I still don’t know.” Having sprinted on Python I’d like to answer his question in a bit more detail. I love David’s presentation style. He has a novel method of using phrases… Read More »
I accidentally blew away my .hgrc and it took me some time to recover my 3-way merge inspired by Dan McGee’s article on the subject. So for my and your future reference here’s what you need in your .hgrc to get hg merge to give you a three merge window in vim:
merge = vimdiff
vimdiff.executable = vim
vimdiff.args = -f -d -c "wincmd J" "$output" "$local" "$base" "$other"
When running… Read More »
In his Pycon 2012 keynote speech on Sunday, Guido van Rossum covered many of the open “Troll” questions related to the Python community. I’ve had occasion to either complain about or defend all of the topics he covered, and he did a wonderful job of addressing them. The issues could largely be divided into two… Read More »
Hello Arch Linux community! If any of you are attending Pycon 2012 in Santa Clara, CA this week, make sure to bump into me. Or contact me to schedule a meetup.
When I chose to disable my Google plus account, the one complaint that hit home for me was a friend mentioning how interesting he found the sketches I had been posting there. I have been planning to upload my sketches to a self-hosted service or Deviant Art, but I simply never got around to it.… Read More »