Most researchers keep a research journal where we note down our musings, notes and so on. While a paper diary is still quite common, I'd really prefer something on my laptop/computer. There are various applications out there for journal writing, but none of them really match up to good old LaTeX. I've written a simple script that makes it really easy to maintain a journal using LaTeX - Calliope.
Introducing Zaphod - a Python script that attempts to help LaTeX users collaborate over their academic writing. It uses the power of Git to track changes, latexdiff to generate a PDF with annotated additions and removals from the document, and provides a simple interactive review tool that lets the user pick what changes they want to accept. You can use Zaphod to track changes in your LaTeX documents.
A list of headers that the RedHat bugzilla includes in e-mails that it sends.
Stop Facebook's Internet.org/Free basics scheme from violating net neutrality in India.
I'm finally learning to swim!
Please join us for a Fedora Join meeting this Friday, October 16 at 2000 UTC in #fedora-join on Freenode. More details within.
Upgraded to Fedora 23 and it works like a charm!
A quick post on how to get started with Pelican using Github pages.