Usability on non-touch devices, an automatic setting for warmth, Pocketbook Inkpad 3 and an AppImage for Linux desktop computers.
The basic problem: the various mics I own are all pretty terrible in their own way. This is how to lift it from unacceptable to bad, but similar principles apply to better mics as well.
Facebook's OpenGraph and Twitter Cards are mostly an annoying duplication of standardized metadata. Their main and perhaps only redeeming feature here is that they allow you to specify images to display. Alas, that's where the fun ends.
I messed up my automation of backups, meaning that after two years my entire VPS had secretly filled up. This lead to MariaDB being unable to initialize. After taking care of the root cause MariaDB still refused to start.
It's in the docs, but I'm always losing it. So here's a quick overview of some of the ones that are more important to me.
Half a decade ago I neglected to jot this down, so I had to figure it out again. Just in case someone landed here searching for the most basic R problem, you start the program using uppercase R, not lowercase r. Anyway, to work with a package in a git repository or some such the easiest method is the devtools package. install.packages('devtools') library(devtools) load_all() Without any parameters, the load_all() function from devtools loads the current directory without installing. You could effect the same with more keystrokes using load_all('./'), and of course you can pass any path instead of relying on the current working directory. But in combination with git I find it easiest to just stick with that. After you've made some changes in the source, just run load_all() again.