Just came across this in python mailing list (link)
(then click the ‘open browser’ button)
Last night I released a new comprehenced version of jshotkeys. This plugin lets you easily add and remove handlers for keyboard events anywhere in your code supporting almost any key combination.
For example, to bind
Ctrl+C to a function
fn simply type:
$(document).bind('keydown', 'Ctrl+c', fn);
See the live demo.
Python-Wifi is a Python library that provides access to information about a W-Lan card’s capabilities, like the wireless extensions written in C.
>>> from pythonwifi.iwlibs import Wireless >>> wifi = Wireless('eth1') >>> wifi.getEssid() 'romanofski' >>> wifi.getMode() 'Managed'Sander Marechal
I came across this annoying message and couldn’t get around it (running
dpkg --configure -a yields EOF related error message) until I ran
just put both libraries on wordle to visualize on which each library have focused.
Here are the results:
From the announcement of the open source reddit:
There are only five of us who work on reddit; we couldn’t have made this site if it weren’t for a great community of developers. In no particular order, here’s a quick list of the open source products that reddit is built and runs upon: Debian, lighttpd, HAProxy, PostgreSQL, Slony-I, various python libraries, Psychopg, pylons, Solr, Tomcat, Ganglia, Mercurial, Git, gettext (translation), daemontools, and memcached.
Five people. 1,000,000’s of pages every day.
My friend has 73 friends and 152 Facebook applications.
IMHO, the layout is lack of usability and functionality.
Let alone the fact each application require other users to install them in to their accounts in order to view standard web content (images, flash, videos, etc.)
I am sure Facebook’s dudes need to rethink the whole concept and come up with something more sensible.