I really, really want to permanently obliterate a bunch of log and .pyc files currently in our repo at work. This would come in very, very useful.
I’ve a half-read, quarter-understood paper on this (the first one mentioned), and I’d like to be able to wrap my brain around it.
I’m bookmarking this because I’d like to remember the existence of the text/uri-list media type. It’s something trivial, but it’s worth using a standard media type for these things if possible.
A nice hack to allow bash to show the repository type and path when you’re in a git repo or an SVN checkout. I wonder if I can get this working with zsh, and make it sensitive to Bazaar-NG too.
For functional testing and load testing of webapps.
I must have a read over all of this some time soon.
With typeface.js you can embed custom fonts in your web pages so you don’t have to render text to images.
This clarified a bit of thinking for me in how our domain registration backend at work (which has a mostly RESTful design) ought to work with registrations and transfers.