I wonder if asus marketing team even tried to google for IoT devices, and what people expect from it.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01N35PQ9U price and reviews make it clear that they did not.
Looks interesting but FWIW I think Magit is really nice for this (among other things) so I personally probably won’t switch, but maybe it’ll be useful for people who don’t use Emacs. It’s also good to know that there’s an equivalent for Mercurial, ‘cause I miss Magit when I work on Mercurial repositories.
agree with @0, magit is much better :)
Magit is good for Emacs users or people who prefer doing all things in their editor of choice. I prefer using my editor (which is vim, by the way) for editing things, and committing/diffing/etc from the command line.
There’s tig, but I personally find it much less intuitive than crecord.
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Chrome on OpenBSD? How is that possible? I want it on OpenIndiana :)
With pain. A lot of pain.
Would be great if the DSL input was textarea
I hoped to see xiki, but looks like the post is python-centric mostly
Xiki is perhaps interesting… I hadn’t heard of it and only took a brief look so far.
My post wasn’t Python centric at all though. I think only iPython was for Python of all of the things I mentioned?
I am in the mountains in Thailand this weekend with poor and very slow internet access.
I don’t think the intent was to be python-specific. xiki is a good example of the general topic.
dead link? or lobsters-effect? :)
Seems to be working now for me, as of this morning.
It’s down for me too. Fortunately, there’s source on GitHub.
I saw a discussion on reddit where the author stated he didn’t want this exposed yet. He may have taken it down in response. As mentioned by @daGrevis, the sources can be found on GitHub though.
This is a real pain point I had the last time I looked at Go. I found it very difficult to find exactly which packages are getting serious attention - I found several other curated lists, but those seem to get stale quickly.
For example: I wanted to find a Golang Kyoto Cabinet binding. My Googling found cat-v’s list which is ~2 years old, and the Go Wiki’s list which had two options, so I picked the most up to date, and it seemed to work.
But now, compare that with Ruby. And hell, if Go had something like Pypi, I might’ve learned about Bolt.
If nothing else, if someone made a website that showed commit/fork/star activity on various github projects and sliced it up by category (web framework/DB/…), I think it would be an immense help.
just like https://www.ruby-toolbox.com/, right?
I feel you, package discovery has definitely been kind of annoying. I’ve found these very helpful:
Wondering if there’s someone working on indexing/categorizing Go packages from different sources. Would definitely be a cool project, and would definitely build it on Go :)
If you need email integration, you should definitely try http://lighthouseapp.com/
They did it perfectly
We’ve been using Lighthouse for awhile and it’s a great little application. I’m a little disappointed that the company behind it doesn’t seem to be improving it, but on the other hand, they got a lot right in the current version. Simple tracking, bulk operations, good email integration, tagging, and a straightforward API. Much simpler than JIRA overall. And it’s extremely affordable even for mid-size teams.
You will receive a Pushover notification for each section wherein it’s enabled on https://lobste.rs/settings. So, replies to your comment, mentions of you in comments, and private messages.
And yes, it works.
Okay. Got it. I’ve received automatic private message re tag change. What about having option to receive notifications on new stories, new comments to my stories and stories I’m participating?
I’ve released rubygem quvi, a wrapper over libquvi to extract info from media sites like YouTube