Afraid on putting all your information on some DropBox, Mega, Google Drive, or other external entities?
You already have a small linux box?
Just try OwnCloud, it provides a platform to easily view & sync your contacts, calendars and bookmarks across all your devices and enables basic editing right on the web.
The Solution is really easy to install. The latest 5.0.5 release is providing new features like:
on top of all the already existing features.
OwnCloud gives universal access to files through a web interface or WebDAV. It also provides an interface to view & sync contacts, calendars and bookmarks across all devices and enables basic editing right on the web. Installation has minimal server requirements, doesn’t need special permissions and is quick. ownCloud is extendable via a simple but powerful API for applications and plugins.
Sync Clients are available for Window, Mac, Linux, iOS & Android devices.
Check the Documentation Centre to find all information on OwnCloud.
Since Google announced the shut down of Google Reader few weeks ago, I was looking for a replacement solution.
Different solutions are existing all over the place:
Kubuntu 13.04 is out.
This new release is providing:
The GNOME Project has officially released GNOME 3.8, I am using for a while Ubuntu Gnome, because honestly, I do not find any attrction in Unity. It may fit for some people but just not for me, and Kubuntu is missing some features out of the box.
I can also easily tweak the Gnome-shell interface, with just a bit of knowledge of CSS. this is really nice, fast and accessible for almost anyone.
I am waiting to have it officially packaged for Ubuntu to give it a try.
The last Rails 3.2.13 update is closing important holes, also brings some bugs and performance issues according to Bugsnag.
It is currently safer to not update your applications until next release is out.
Google has recently announced that Google Reader service will be shutdown on July 1st, 2013.
I will now have to find a successor to one of the thing I was using more than daily.
Currently Feedly.com has my favor, but Digg.com announced that they will develop an equivalent portal, let's see.
Rails 3.2.12, 3.1.11, and 2.3.17 have been released.
3.2.12 and 3.1.11 contain one security fix, and 2.3.17 contains two security fixes. It is recommended that you update immediately.
You can read about the security fixes by following these links:
Please note that today a new JSON gem was released, and it also contains an important security fix. You should update the JSON gem as soon as possible. You can read about the security issue in the JSON gem here:
In order to ease upgrading, the only major changes in each gem is the security fix. To see the detailed changes for each version, follow the links below:
On Feb. 6th 2013, KDE 4.10 has been released.
Announcement here: http://www.kde.org/announcements/4.10/
Read a review on Muktware: http://www.muktware.com/5194/kde-410-review-time-switch-kde
KDE 4.10 is available for Kubuntu by adding the kubuntu-ppa repository:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:kubuntu-ppa/backports
I really like KDE for its consolidated environment, high-level customization and.. I do not like Unity (Gnome Shell neither)
Rails composer can help you to start your application the easiest way.
You can generate an app in minutes using an application template. With all the options you want.
$ rails new myapp -m https://raw.github.com/RailsApps/rails-composer/master/composer.rb