Hey everyone, here's pheriday 0, the first of paul's habitual errant ramblings (on Fr)idays
Sad that I missed SciPy Conference this year. One of the things I like doing at scipy is nerding it up with my friends, seeing each others workflows, showing off vim tricks, etc. This video was my attempt at scratching that itch, a little bit. As I mention in the video, this is take 2. Take 1 ended when I ran out disk space, but needless to say, it was more awesome than this. It seems I am cursed with losing first takes, see also a summary of last year's SciPy conference, where this exact same thing happened.
NumFOCUS Google Group see thread titled: "[Funding] Notes from Funding BOF at SciPy2012"
Transition to Gopher was rough this time, it was better during the first take.
Lorance Stinson's w3m (better) gopher support
Use this if, for example, going to
w3m gopher://sdf.org you get errors like:
[unsupported] '/1' doesn't exist! [unsupported] This resource cannot be located.
It still took some tweaking, shoot me an email for details
Eric S. Raymond's How To Become a Hacker Howto
Fernando Perez' Py4Science Starter Kit
Q: Why are you using "Chromium --incognito"? I have chronic tabitis, and this is one way of mitigating that problem. If the browser crashes or I shutdown my computer, I won't have those tabs around anymore.
programs used: Debian GNU/Linux sid, recordmydesktop, xmonad, fbpanel, screen, chromium, cheese, xcompmgr, mutt, wyrd, tail, w3m