Plurrrr

a tumblelog
11 Apr 2019

Update, update!

I just pushed two updates to the tumblelog repository:

  • A new style has been added: thought-provoking.scss.
  • The label format for week can now be specified via the command line.

The default for the latter is 'week %V, %Y' with %V the ISO 8601 week as a decimal number with an optional leading zero and %Y the four digit year.

Garden centre "De Carlton"

In the afternoon I went with my mother to the garden centre "De Carlton" near to her house. We had a coffee and I took a few photos with my iPhone 5 of the plants on sale.

African daisies (Osteospermum) flowering
African daisies or daisybushes flowering; Osteospermum species.
Moth orchid (Phalaenopsis) flowering
Moth orchid flowering; Phalaenopsis species.
Tillandsia species for sale
Tillandsia species for sale, including Tillandsia ionantha, Tillandsia xerographica, and Tillandsia usneoides.
Treasure flowers (Gazania rigens) flowering
Treasure flowers, Gazania rigens, flowering.
Brachyscome angustifolia flowering
Brachyscome angustifolia flowering.

Firefox Copy as cURL

Select "Network" in the "Web Developer" submenu of "Tools". Reload the page. Right click on a URL and in the "Copy" menu select "Copy as cURL".

Safari Copy as cURL

Select "Show Page Resources ⌥⌘A", right click on a URL and select "Copy as cURL".

Even more style

Another tumblelog style has been added; adrift-in-dreams.scss, see my GitHub repository.

Screenshots of themes

I just made screenshots, using Firefox, of the themes I have created for the tumblelog program and added them to my GitHub repository.

SEO friendly titles are coming

I just finished an update to the Perl version of tumblelog which makes it possible to give each day page a title. This is more SEO friendly. Tomorrow, I'll port this to the Python version and make both available on GitHub

Emacs font lock

I have been playing with font lock in Emacs and managed to give a specific face to each line starting with an ISO date. I use this in Markdown mode in which I write this blog. I will blog about this on my main blog tomorrow.

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