This guide series will be about setting up http://sanctionedlist.com with configuration management and TDD. Current: Setting up a delivery system between Chef Server on a workstation for staging. Setting up testing with Chef Kitchen and deploying Coming soon. Setting up a delivery system between Chef Server on a workstation for staging, testing and even deploying… Continue reading How I delivered SanctionedList.com with a solo developer setup
I’ve moved to wordpress.com officially.
Unless you’re deploying on rails, to a remote server and doing exactly what’s assumed in Capistrano, the documentation is pretty unhelpful. This tutorial will cover using Ubuntu, Git and going without Rails to deploy from another directory to another directory, all locally. You are not required to have ruby knowledge to understand this tutorial. SSH… Continue reading Localhost Railsless Capistrano Tutorial, including recipe creation
Promote native animals over environmentally unfriendly animals. This can be done through subsidies, giving grants and assistance to breeders of native animals, while factoring in the cost for environmentally unfriendly animals (eg taxes). As it stands, if someone purchases a bunny for example, the bunny might escape and can multiply fairly quickly and put pressure… Continue reading Animal capitalist conservation or non-native tax
I lost my keys at Evatt House so I needed some kind of security to make sure no one nicks my stuff. So I came across this article on webcam motion detection security. However, where can I get a ftp server? Preferably free? I came across Dropbox that easily solved the issue by uploading the… Continue reading Free home surveillance with computer + webcam
Reading an article of $400m towards Australian research, I wondered what the process was like to apply for funding at the ARC. I found, from my basic research, that to be eligible for funding; one needs to have at least a post-doc and that itself is the ‘Early researcher’. The funding also wouldn’t go to… Continue reading Problems in pursuing funding for projects
Developed: 2009 Location: Home Type: Personal Project Update (5th Oct 2009): The project is closed after reviewing OpenID extensively. Since OpenID has been around longer, free, open source and even taken up by large Internet corporations, I found it too much like re-inventing the wheel. I am going to spend time on other projects including… Continue reading Browser Based Reputation Transfer – JRep project