Running jslint with rhino from the command line

I love **JSLint**. It’s a tool, that every language should have. It defines its own coding style, no doubt. But I like that style as its clean, crisp and small at a time. [[http://crockfordfacts.com/|Douglas Crockford]], the inventor of JSLint and living „Java Script machine“, has put up this wonderful little site, [[http://www.jslint.com]], around the Java-Script-Function Read More

SSH public key distribution with dokuwiki and lbows

That’s an interesting title, eh? You wonder „ssh public key distribution“ with **dokuwiki**? Yes. Keep reading. **Task**: Create a simple and lean SSH key distribution solution for multiple linux-servers. Do this quick and don’t spend much time doing it. **Why**: We need a simple solution to distribute ssh public keys of people allowed to access Read More

Website redesign

Being online for a while now and getting more visitors in the last months, I found, that my website needed a redesign. I took the nice zenlike-style by [[http://nodethirtythree.com/|nodethirtythree design]] and wrapped up a dokuwiki-template around it. I really like it! It’s clear, strong, easy to read and somewhat sophisticated. After creating the template, I Read More

Finding the right foreground color for a random background color

This is basically a reminder for myself, but perhaps other people might find that interesting as well: I’m currently working on the creation of a legend, that shows colors with a short token on them. These colors are user defined, so I don’t know at configuration time, what they are and I don’t want the Read More

Think big – a development methodology

In case you read [[http://twitter.com/dploeger/status/15071621488320512|my recent tweet]] and don’t know what I’m talking about: Let me break it down for you. In my years of experience in the development field of work being a systems administrator/developer hybrid the one thing I learned the hardest was: Think big! This means, that you’ll have to not only Read More

A bulletin board using dokuwiki

No, wait. There’s nothing finished here. The idea has just been on my mind for years, so I thought, I probably just write it down for me or others to develop at some point. The basic question is: Can I use dokuwiki as a bulletin board/forum system? If I’m using dokuwiki for –well, virtually anything, Read More

libapr2 on Sles11 64bit

I’m currently having a hard time getting libapr2 with the Perl Module Apache2::Request and the Apache2 Module to run properly on a SLES (SuSE Linux Enterprise Server) 11 with a 64 bit kernel. I’m getting undefined symbols and missing libraries etc. I need that module for a network documentation tool called [[https://netdot.uoregon.edu/trac/|Netdot]] I found out Read More

Say hello to Lbows!

Being confronted with the same requirement for the millionth time to create a webservice, that does something, but simple and supporting SOAP, XMLRPC, blablabla, I sat down and thought about that whole thing. And created [[http://wiki.github.com/dploeger/lbows/|Lbows]]. Lbows is a very simple //PHP5//-based middleware platform utilizing the wonderful [[http://framework.zend.com|Zend Framework]] to generate SOAP, XMLRPC, JSONRPC and Read More

New Blog and Blogging Engine

Ok. I found out, that I’ve got some more things to say while using twitter, switching my work place, developing in Zimbra etc. So I needed a new Blog and after fiddling with Dokuwiki’s „old“ blog-plugin and failing again and again, I decided to give the (currently experimental) blog plugin a go. What I dislike Read More

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