Python script to help Linux users transfer saved passwords from Chrome to Firefox.
A script to export/import passwords from the Gnome password manager
Success story with Linux, Chrome, Android, Coversal and Python
TimeCult works well, and I wrote a script for converting KTimeTracker files.
My bash prompt, including git/hg branch name.
I tend to use several music/media players, such as shell-fm, moc and Clementine. In order to be able to use the media buttons on my keyboard for pausing/skipping, I wrote this Python script to automatically route the commands to the right one.
After being a loyal fan of KDE for a long time, I've just left...
There doesn't appear to be any way for a Linux user to get a local calendar app to inter-operate with Google or other devices.
Complete fail for KDE-PIM/Linux/msynctool and Blackberry Curve.
A lot of discussion recently has missed the point: the big question is whether the terms of any software licence are really relevant to dynamic languages...
Submitting tracks using MOC (Music on Console) and Last.fm
Some tools to help organise your computer and files.
I upgraded to Gutsy RC last week, and I've really had nothing but trouble, and submitted lots of bugs...
At the end of the day, contrary to what many web developers and browser writers would like you to believe, quality and standards compliance mean nothing. The only thing that matters is market share.
How to share an internet connection to a chroot'ed system (or, using Knoppix to get into another Linux system which you can't boot directly for some reason).
I have been more and more impressed with Wine recently...
A personal analysis of Beryl's usefulness.
A combination of bugs in KDE/Samba/Feisty makes the simple task of configuring Samba to share a folder (in this case to share it with myself, for the benefit of some virtual machines) much harder than it ought to have been
I spent an unprofitable afternoon trying to get a new wireless USB adapter to work under Ubuntu Edgy, but Feisty did the trick beautifully.
More adventures in not having my computer with me...