An introduction to skinning LifeFlow without causing any harm to the SVN checkout. The current skin on this website is about 30 lines of CSS, and a third of those are closing parentheses, so its not that hard to transform it from its default minimalism into something much more appealing.
Comprehensive instructions on installing and setting up a local deployment of LifeFlow (for those who are moderately in the Django know). This should be all you need to get started using LifeFlow, but I will have another entry soon detailing the little tricks and tips that make LifeFlow helpful.
Its been a strange five months in Japan, and I'm sure the next seven will be strange too. But its not such a bad life. It seemed like a good day to write down some thoughts about where I am and where I am going. So I did.
After a bit of work, a BluePrint based version of LifeFlow is now ready for deployment. A little more tweaking and I'll be on to writing some tutorials on setting it all up.
Today was my first full day back in Kamioka, and I spent a couple hours of it snapping pictures. Here are a few to share the gift of snow with those who haven't been thusly blessed.
A brief discussion on implementing comments in LifeFlow.
I went and saw Kiyomizudera in Kyoto on January 1st, and customarily took a few arbitrary pictures.
A quick update on where LifeFlow is, and where it is going.
Pygments 0.9 adds lexers for Common Lisp along with a handful of other languages. I am an unabashed fan.
Taking a brief look at my current project of implementing Erlang/Scala style actors in Common Lisp.
Software engineer, technical leader, sci-fi reader, and so on. Born in NC, living in SF, and glad to grab a coffee.