Ich bin damals bei b2evolution eingestiegen, indem ich die deutsche Übersetzung beigesteuert habe, aber habe das leider in letzter Zeit vernachlässigt.
Glücklicherweise ist Tilman nun eingesprungen und hat dies nun zu 100% übersetzt.
Eventuelle Bugs/Vorschläge können bei Launchpad hinterlassen werden.
Very smooth and deep essential mix. Heard it a million times already. Wanted to log it because of the nice beeping from 38'.
Nice roundup of april fools days' pranks in the internets. (via)
I'm not getting sponsored for the Ubuntu Developer Summit for version 9.10 in Barcelona - adds to my recent disappointments in life.
Have to see if I can/want to get there by myself - would be interesting and fun for sure.
It's a Firefox plugin only, but makes it behave a lot differently - adding vim commands to it. This is not meant for the casual user, but somebody who enjoys Vim, will probably enjoy Firefox a lot more when using this plugin.
Favorite commands include ":hardcopy" for the print dialog or the navigation in general.
If you test want to test it, please start with using the 2.0 betas, which are stable already and provide a lot of improvements since 1.2 (current stable).
I've even written my own command already, which allows me to easily switch between development and live server.
After all, it's really powerful and lets you avoid using the mouse even during surfing.. ^^
The help/tutorial is always available with ":help" - and you can still use the mouse (and normal shortkeys, if you use bypass mode (Ctrl-Z / Ctrl-Y), so there's no real excuse after all..
Update: Vimperator is available in Debian/Ubuntu as "iceweasel-vimperator", although currently only as 1.2-1 - while a few days ago 2.0 has been released and provides a lot of improvements and fixes.
As great as the Debian/Ubuntu package archive is, for plugins like the ones used with Firefox, I prefer the official repositories to (automatically) get any updates.
Sita is a goddess separated from her beloved Lord and husband Rama. Nina is an animator whose husband moves to India, then dumps her by e-mail. Three hilarious shadow puppets narrate both ancient tragedy and modern comedy in this beautifully animated interpretation of the Indian epic Ramayana. Set to the 1920’s jazz vocals of Annette Hanshaw, Sita Sings the Blues earns its tagline as "The Greatest Break-Up Story Ever Told."
The delivery is very unconventional and might seem weird at first, but it comes together in the end. I think the music was very well done, and the blues all by the same artist really emphasizes how this is a story that we're all familiar with, whether or not we're aware of it. The art was fantastic and all of the different styles were mesmerizing.
Registered my first .net domain today: whissip.net
This will host information about the b2evolution branch I'm maintaining.
Update: I've scheduled the domain for deletion now. The site's hosting has moved to whissip.codeprobe.de.