Archive for the ‘Programming’ category

Stacey, The Lightweight Content Management System

February 5th, 2012

Browsing around the web the other day, I found a clean, lightweight template system called Stacey [http://www.staceyapp.com]. The layout and look is very straightforward and uncluttered. Using a subset of HTML tags, the most interesting feature is that it does not rely on any database — it is completely text-based. It’s also opensourced at github [http://github.com/kolber/stacey]

I wonder if anyone has found this useful or flexible enough to recommend this system over the other template systems out there.

Stacey, The Lightweight Content Management System.

Text Editors in The Lord of the Rings [Kieran Healy’s Weblog]

July 31st, 2011

Relating text editors to The Lord of the Rings… Clever…

Kieran Healy’s Weblog – Text Editors in The Lord of the Rings.

The list makes clever use of reality and fiction. I wonder what JEdit would be?

Which text editor do you use?

HT R-bloggers

OT/NT Refs: Source code now available on GitHub

July 9th, 2011

If you’re interested in seeing the code for the OT/NT Ref graph, I’ve posted it to GitHub: balinjdl/OT-NT-Reference-Map – GitHub. All source files are there, along with a README, LICENSE, and sample graphics. I’ll continue posting about the development here, but code changes will only be updated on GitHub. Enjoy!