Interesting proposition: how do you report 1.2k crashes at once?
If you are looking to add icons for social networks and web services to your site there are quite a lot to find on the internet. But almost all of them have shortcomings if you go beyond the Facebook, Twitter, Google+ triple. Email, GitHub, App.net? … but if you also want scalable icons you can just give up right now. Well, almost 😉 … while searching the internet I came across two projects that fulfill all the above criteria. 😀
Mono Social Icons Font gives you a ton of icons in a font file. It has three variants for each if the icons (rounded, circle and no background). They are monochrome by nature, but they can be colored as text on a website can be.
I just felt the need for a script that could extract the audio track of a video, transcode it and save it as an mp3 file … 2 hours later I was finished (get the Gist). 😀 It uses VLC to do hard work. 😉
Thanks to Kris Hom for the inspiration. 🙂
- Check whether VLC is installed
- Should also work on Linux now
- Increase default bit rate to 192kbit/s
- Fixed bug where the file/playlist would repeat endlessly
- Also look for VLC in “~/Application/”
- Added a ffmpeg version
My patch for revamping the comments and adding proper discussion threads has been accepted and will be in GitLab 4.1 (due next week). 😀
Pascal Finette gave a great keynote at Joomla! World Conference 2012 talking about how Mozilla came to be and what they learned along the way. He shares insights on how to build a competitive product, a healthy community and maybe even a business around it, but developing and governing it the open source way.
Yay … GitLab 3.1 is out. 😀
François Marier shares his notes on a collection of essays called Open Advice titled “Advice to newcomers and veterans of the Free and Open Source software communities.” There is also LWN book review for the book.