Up until now I loved me some vim, adored mutt, used plain git command line.
First thing that drew me to emacs was org-mode. It's so awesome I can't even explain, and every day I'm learning something new about it.
But then, friend recommended that I look into magit for managing git, and I was like, OMG, it's best git client ever, and has everything exposed nicely and visible at all times. From normal git user to expert in no time...
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Gitlab Patch upgrades
Mirror your System Drive using Software RAID
Apparently Symphony has some issues within wallabag:
To resolve issue simply update symphony to newer version (3.4).
This prevented me from saving new articles..
I really dislike those "tutorials" for troubleshooting memory usage of wordpress installation that give advice such as "upgrade php version, disable plugins, disable extensions". Like nobody in the wordpress community doesn't even know what the memory is!
System side, I know how to map process memory using pmap, but when all you get is anon heap mapping, then I'm kind of stuck there. 🙂
“This is an all-in-one package for running a self-hosted Firefox Sync server. It bundles the "tokenserver" for authentication and the "syncstorage" for storage, to produce a single stand-alone webapp.” [using Python2 so somebody's going to have to do some portig soon]
social.tomica.me is one server in the network