Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Meta data and general settings unified into internationalised event UI

keywords META tag as a setting in the event list

Which means you can edit as any other event and internationalise accordingly.

function getPageMetaHTML($category)
$sql='select id from events where token="meta" and fenabled=1 and category="'.$category.'"';
return "";

return getPageMetaHTML("index");
return "";
$res.='<meta name="'.$r{"title"}.'" content="'.$r{"event"}.'">';
return $res;

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Sunday, November 14, 2010

Using xmonad to control Yoono as a scratchpad

Yoono is head and shoulders above the rest when it comes to "Social Networking"
monitoring and configuration with instance messaging on the desktop. Especially
since it works well on Linux too.

That said, like a lot of these kind of tools it can be too in your face. Well,
if you use a decent tiling Windows Manager like xmonad all is instantly
solved. Providing you know some Haskell. chuckle

scratchpads = [

-- run htop in xterm, find it by title, use default floating window placement

-- NS "google-chrome" "google-chrome" (className =? "Google-chrome") nonFloating ,
-- NS "browser" "conkeror" (className =? "Conkeror") nonFloating ,
NS "browser" "iceweasel -new-tab" (className =? "Iceweasel") nonFloating ,
NS "evince" "evince" (className =? "evince") nonFloating ,
NS "yoono" "yoono" (name =? "Yoono") defaultFloating ,
NS "surf" "surf" (className =? "surf") nonFloating ,
NS "emacs" "edit -c" (className =? "Emacs") nonFloating,
NS "unison" "unison-gtk" (className =? "unison-gtk") nonFloating ,
NS "htop" "xterm -name htop -e htop" (title =? "htop")
(customFloating $ W.RationalRect (1/3) (1/8) (2/3) (1/2)) ,
NS "newsbeuter" "xterm -e myrss" (title =? "myrss")
(customFloating $ W.RationalRect (1/2) 0 (1/2) (1/4))

] where name = stringProperty "WM_NAME"

and then in my keyboard hook

,((modMask myConfig .|. shiftMask, xK_y),  namedScratchpadAction scratchpads "yoono")

et Voila. Toggle it via a hotkey.

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Friday, November 12, 2010

Enabling/Disabling events for Social Network sharing.

Enabling sharing example.

The create new/edit dialog now includes the ability to toggle event
sharing. This would typically be used to disable sharing for an item which can
not stand on its own such as a list item - some support text to an item that
includes an embedded object like a gcalendar or twitter feed for example. Or
perhaps simply something you dont want shared! Typically used in conjuntion with
the orderby field which is, currently, the only crude way to order things
(outside of caelendar ordering) in an event list in order to ensure certains
items remain at the top or bottom or follow a previous item. Relative ordering
and grouping is in the pipeline - this will facilitate online menu construction
and perhaps photo album management although I am doubtful that anything I
shoehorn in there can in any shape or form approach the functionality provided
by the plethora of existing solutions for photo management. Its what links are
for …

Event In German

As an added bonus it will now also allow you to share in another language. Just
set the language on the web page before sharing and the link back will ensure
that the article/event is in that language when people click back.

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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Webs now using mssqli and simplified css layout

The Shamrock Irish Bar, Hamburg

Inspiration Yachts

Steve Fairway Music

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Moved from mysql functions mysqli class.

@mysql function calls pretty much deprecated in php. Moved all the code to
mysqli based. Pretty straightforward. e.g

$auth=explode(" ",@fgets($f));
setDB($mysqli = new mysqli($auth{3},$auth{0},$auth{1},$auth{2}));
if ($mysqli->connecterror) {
die('Connect Error (' . $mysqli->connecterrno . ') '
. $mysqli->connecterror);

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