I’m currently working on a project for a customer involving several parts for Zimbra (well, whaddya know?) – one is a server extension. And I’d like to have the features, Maven brings in my workflow. The problem is, that Zimbra isn’t really made to be used in Maven. The components you need to create server
I’m currently working on automating our deployments and specifically automatically generating configuration files for different targets. I tried using Puppet for that (I mean, it’s a configuration management system), but failed, because the kind of configuration files we’re dealing with here is way too complex for it. I was basically searching for a framework, that renders multiple files
The very specific title of this post should lure Mac users here, that have read about the C64 preservation project releasing tons of C64 disk images and downloaded the stuff just to see, that most of the images are in the nbz format, which seems to be a compressed version of the raw conversion format from the old 1541 II-disk
I’ve been creating CLI applications (the beardy admin says „scripts“) for a while now in various languages and settled in Python for the last years. Sadly however, in my company there seem to be only so many people, that develop in Python. So I had to leave Python behind and needed something else.
If you’re using Confluence (like I do at work) and have been digging around the user macros feature, this might be something for you.
If you like the nice curses based „Finder“ from the unix world called „Midnight commander“ and would like to use the supplied mc-wrapper.sh-Script, that changes the current working directory to mc’s last selected one, you’re a bit lost on the Mac platform, because it doesn’t work. (I’ve installed mc using the wonderful Homebrew) Why? Interesting you ask.
I'm going to discontinue [skd](https://github.com/dploeger/skd), though it has never reached a productive version. I'm sorry. skd was born out of the idea of a small and easy way for a very basic configuration management. However, tools like [Puppet](http://puppetlabs.com/) or [Ansible](http://www.ansible.com/home) are doing a much better job at it and everybody's using them, so skd has
Well… You know, I've always been an advocate for the wonderful [Dokuwiki](http://www.dokuwiki.org) and used it as a CMS for my website. However, I found, that my website's mostly about the blog and all other pages are constantly outdated. So I removed them and only kept the welcome page, the imprint (which I have to hosting