I recently attended the conference for computational neuroscience (CNS 2015) in Prague. This post is a summary of the event. These have not been proofread at all. They're just what I noted during the conference.
There is now a do not disturb extension for Gnome Shell that sets the session status to "busy".
I was looking at automating the creation of some documents and spent sometime discovering how one can use the scripting feature in Scribus. This post summarises some of what I found.
I'm looking into the AdEx neuron model right now and this post has some information on how the model's tonic spiking behaviour varies with different input currents and reset voltages.
pdfpc is now available in the Fedora repositories and can be installed using DNF.
The Gnome 3.16 UI redesign redid the notification area and the "Busy" switch was lost in the process. This post documents a command line way of doing it, as noted on the Fedora workstation mailing list.
I was looking for a pdf viewer that supported multiple monitors. pdfpc fits just right.
Vim is a great editor. Here are some tips and plug-ins that I've collected over the years that will help you use it better while writing C/C++ code.
Have we become so engrossed in making an easy to use OS to gain market share that we've forgotten why we make the OS in the first place - as a tool to spread the philosophy of Free and Open Source Software??
Appstream data for RPMFusion repositories for Fedora 22 packages are now available as easy to install RPM packages.