In general; all of my code is available at https://github.com/jeffkreeftmeijer?tab=repositories (here be dragons). If you’re unsure about licensing, reach out and I’ll fix that.
If you ever find any of my code or writing republished somewhere, let me know so I can do something about it.
Here’s a first for me: apparently, somebody is offering a “cracked” version of my six-year-old Apple TV app on their website, with my name on it.
Don’t download that. I have no idea what it is.
My project is open source with a permissive license (like everything I do unless I’m forced to do otherwise), available on Github, currently unbuildable, and superseded by an official (also free) version built by the developers of the API mine is consuming.
The code module in enough.css now uses `ui-monospace`, which results in SF Mono for `<code>` and `<pre>` blocks on Safari.
With that (and more than four years of production use), I went ahead and released 1.0. 🎉
Also, here’s a radical alternative idea to “simplify your sign up forms […] to increase your conversion rates”: don’t ask for gender, doofus. You don’t need it, and it’s none of your business.
Since you asked, here’s `rebar3_flamingo`. A rebar plugin that prints flamingos. 🦩
My articles now sport a revisions link, because I can, as they’re all in Git. 🕺
Joking aside, is this still the easiest way to do this, or has this space been disrupted since I started doing it like this ten years ago?
Github Gists: 7 easy steps to push a local repository.
1. Go to http://gist.github.com
2. Type “coming soon” in the text box
3. Click “Create public Gist”
4. Copy the clone URL
5. `git remote add origin <url>`
6. `git push origin master -f`
7. There is no step 7!
I’m writing down the approach I’ve been using for email, and the new Slack strategy I’ve recently adopted in something I'll call my “Communication Policy”. 🕴
Looking to get off Google Analytics? Good. You don’t need realtime stats for your blog.
A web log analyzer like https://goaccess.io is still a good option. I checked. I’m moving over to running a script that downloads my logs and generates a report whenever I’m curious.
The octopus itself was made by Joan Stark (jgs), who also made Rack’s lobster. The archive of Joan’s Geocities page is a treasure trove of great ASCII art.
Came across Plug.Octopus again last week, and I still think it’s neat.
It’s based on Rack’s [lobster.rb](https://github.com/rack/rack/blob/master/lib/rack/lobster.rb), and I’ve used it to test toy web servers with a couple of years back.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!