Intellectual Web

Notes: GTD and Taskwarrior

The posts tagged with notes are stuffs that I learned over time from blogs, articles, trying out on my own. The posts will be updated whenever I learn something new on the topic. This post can be easily read anytime and anywhere. Also, they can be easily shared. Do comment/point out if something is wrong out there. Inspired by Julia Evans http://jvns.ca/ to write these posts. What is GTD? GTD abbr for “Getting Things Done” – is a framework for organizing and tracking your tasks and projects. [Read More]

Receiving Weechat Notifications on mobile via Pushover

I recently switched to use Weechat as my primary IRC client from X-Chat. I did a setup of Weechat on my Digital Ocean box. Weechat setup turned out to be super simple and out of the box. I am running Weechat within a tmux session. But the problem I was facing was due to poor internet connection (thanks to Airtel for this and this was my primary reason for switching to weechat from Xchat) I got disconnected from the DO box quite often. [Read More]

FOSSASIA 2016 - Day 2

I left early for the venue as haseeb had the first talk of the day and I was volunteering for the Python track. The day started off with a talk by Stephanie Taylor on Introduction to GSoC, and GCI. She talked about the programs Google Summer of Code and Google Code In. She shared some statistics from the past years. The students of GCI last year completed more than 4k tasks, among them 1k+ was done by the students under FOSSASIA organization. [Read More]

FOSSASIA 2016 - Day 1

FOSSASIA 2016, Asia’s premier conference on Free and Open Software was held at Science Center, Singapore. I arrived Singapore 18th morning, the same day the event was starting. Due to track issues, the metro was running late and I reached the venue around 1100 local time. I directly went to the auditorium where the event was happening. I had already missed the morning talks. It was Tea break when I reached. [Read More]

Fedimg: Course of Action

Fedimg is a Python-powered service which is built to make Fedora-Cloud images available on popular cloud providers, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS). The plans are to support more cloud providers such as Rackspace, Google Compute Engine. Fedimg listens for the messages from Fedmsg for the Koji image builds. Plan of work Add scripts to remove old AMIs we have uploaded (https://github.com/fedora-infra/fedimg/issues/37) Storing the AMIs are costing us lot. So the Cloud WG has decided to delete the older AMIs. [Read More]