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RT @kasparschiess: githubbers: Since when is collecting forks and old projects a virtue? #springclean #github #now !

Mar
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RT @iain_nl: GC Tune Ruby 1.9.2 With RVM @MetaSkills.net: http://disq.us/1eujv3 (@metaskills)

Mar
11th
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RT @wyattdanger: An interesting way to deploy a static site through Heroku and Dropbox http://t.co/74BupTj

Mar
8th
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#tinyite is featured on #ruby5: http://goo.gl/GJPzf YeaH!

Mar
5th
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#streaming 1450 128kbit/s #webradio station from a single 120MB #ruby process right now. #eventmachine rocks!

Mar
4th
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can’t isolate this damn bug… doing a manual git bisect now. doh. :(

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TinySite static site engine released

Recently I tweeted a lot about my new pet project TinySite.

It’s basic concept is the content of a static site being driven by textile documents, hosted at Dropbox. That way you can update your site by just editing “local” files in your Dropbox folder. The document format supports multiple page parts so you can easily fill say a body and a sidebar into your layout. Global page parts are also supported for the navigation and footer, for example.

You can add other editors just by sharing your sites Dropbox folder.

The easiest hosting solution would be a deploy to Heroku, but any other ruby hoster will do.

Just check it out and tell me, what you think.

Mar
3rd
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TinySite is self-hosting (at least its docu FWIW ;) http://tinysite.heroku.com/

Mar
2nd
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RT @euruko: First 50 tickets were sold within seconds. We try to improve the purchasing situation next time. Sorry about that.

Feb
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And we laughed, because #PHP can’t have #2.2250738585072012e-308. Turns out, #Java doesn’t like it, too: http://bit.ly/fsOxtd

Feb
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3 steps away from #safari: 3rd party pw-manage (i use 1password). 3rd party rss reader (i use socialite). try #chrome. not sure, yet.

Jan
28th
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#dropthesoap @kasparschiess http://bit.ly/fKd4CE Not SOAPs fault. MS will find a way to make devs build 3 classes to see REST responses, too

Jan
27th
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RT @mikbre: “killing two birds with one stone” should be replaced with something more relevant to modern times like “killing two pigs wi …

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