Did my first steps with i3 – and I’m excited :-)
A simple alternative to Gimp.
This year’s Catalysts Coding Contest was challenging but we had much fun and the best of it: we came home with a silver medal!
I’m a bit sceptical when it comes to tools that magically do everything for you, especially if I already have an elaborated way for doing that stuff on my own. Let’s encrypt is one of those tools and I first thought, we will never become friends, but it seems that locking it in a docker container started a solid relationship.
If you want to offer a web service over a secured, encrypted https connection, you have to find a certificate authority that certifies your key. But why not starting your own CA and signing the keys on your own?
By default Ubuntu ships with an ifup script that starts ntpdate in service mode. Not sure why, but in my experience this script often does not work – at least it did not keep the time in sync on any of my machines.
Beautiful conky setup that displays detailed system information, a weather forecast and the current date and time on your desktop.
A Taste of Austria by FilmSpektakel. I love timelapse videos. I have to keep myself from creating them on my own, because I’m sure it would take much time and I’d have to buy some new (not-so-cheap) stuff for my camera. So, it’s better I keep enjoying other people’s work. This one is a great … Continued
Nice video about Google’s data centers. Found via Google+ on one of Google’s Youtube channels: https://youtu.be/XZmGGAbHqa0