Archive for April, 2006

reading “Microformats in Context”

Sunday, April 30th, 2006

I’ve got a translation of the Uche’s article “Microformats in Context“.

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spam-free phpBB

Thursday, April 27th, 2006

I’m an owner of a small phpBB forum. Some time ago I was so tired of spam, that spent some time looking for a solution. I didn’t find anything I like, so I’ve developed the solution myself:

bbAntiSpam

I highly recommend it to everyone. Installation is less than 1 minute.

trying to exhibit TeXML at the XTech developer’s corner

Monday, April 24th, 2006

As part of the exhibition at XTech 2006, the organizers are reserving an area in the exhibition space for independent developers to show their work (via). I’ve submitted TeXML.
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DokuWiki

Sunday, April 23rd, 2006

It seems that I like DokuWiki in advance. It supports utf8 and has nonparsed blocks and syntax highlighting for typesetting code. To be used for a next project.

online syntax highlighting

Thursday, April 13th, 2006

Code examples are more readable when code is highlighted. To assist with highlighting, I’ve just released a simple online colorizer tohtml.com. Comments are welcome. Feel encouraged to populate this link.

Roomba is our all

Sunday, April 9th, 2006

Now I’m not so excited as earlier, but I can’t miss Dr. Macro’s post about Roomba.

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hello sendmail

Tuesday, April 4th, 2006

I’ve purchased a Virtual Private Server for my new project. The first thing to do is to make mail working. Initially, I want the most trivial setup: all domain mail should be forwarded to my gmail account.

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google is evil now

Saturday, April 1st, 2006

I like not to read from screen, but to print and read texts offline. Today I tried to print an usenet discussion from the Google groups interface. Unfortunately, there is no printer-friendly version, and copy-paste to OpenOffice is very ugly. Finally, I made copy-paste of text content of each message. Very frustrating.