My son, 1 year old and he got “style”.
Following the recent and timely revival of Tarek Ziadé’s New Year’s Python Meme by Alex Clark and Daniel Greenfeld, and also to mark the addition of this blog to the Python planet, here is my version of the meme for 2013.
After having heard a lot about them, this year I had the occasion to actually use the following tools:
Even if it isn’t a discovery strictly speaking, I was also glad to find out that someone took over the maintenance of feedfinder.
And last but not least I recently used PhotoFloat a very promising project to generate photo galleries, especially because like the author of this library I think zenphoto has somehow lost its zen.
A few months ago I gave a quick try at TDD with my toy project baciphacs.
But most importantly 2013 was the year when I dived into web application development with my long term personal project wateronmars.
Quite selfishly the two open source projects I contributed the most were mine:
By the way, I’m always welcoming contributions and contributors for these projects :)
I guess anything that would make it easy for me to recover stuff (adress books, pictures), from the silos of the big social sites would help.
But to be honest all my wishes currently go to wateronmars that could still be extended with functionalities like a pump (as in pump.io) or a way to mix result from famous search engines with one’s bookmark collection and more generally with anything already listed on the development site.
“Silence force” … “powerful on the inside, silent on the outside”.
From the marketing tag line off my new vacuum cleaner I have the feeling that dr who fan are well entrenched at Rowenta.
And if you think this is too far fetched, have a look at the dust filter…
You already know what it does to dust, right ?
Variations on the “Outrageous Chocolate Cookies“, as if they weren’t outrageous enough !
Long story short, I’m not blogging much this times, but that’s just because my focus is slightly elsewhere, hmm…