Stuff you will wonder about when installing Bamboo

Bamboo is software by Atlassian that will build your software and do stuff https://www.atlassian.com/software/bamboo You might also know Jira, Confluence, Crowd & Stash. Their PR machine is excellent (Like that time when they hijacked 10 years GIT. They made a beautiful congratulatory page & article that had half my twitter feed think Atlassian invented git.  They […]

Newznab – Adentures in indexing

With the recent closing of Newzbin and then a few days later NZBMatrix, the heat is obviously on for Usenet indexers. The funny thing is though that these are, as any search engine, just aggregating meta data. The internet climate has obviously gotten extremely poisonous lately, where the mechanisms that the law provides (DMCA takedowns, […]

A script to commit all the GIT projects in a map

I keep all the documents, code and whatnot for DGTL in several git repositories and synchronise those to secret remote locations (cool ey.) But its a hassle to update them all and why keep manually doing mundane tasks when you can replace it with a small (recursive) bash script 🙂 So I did.   The script […]

Some android apps fresh users might appreciate

No ringing endorsements, just a small list of apps I use and like. AirDroid – Android Apps on Google Play Aldiko Book Reader Premium – Android Apps on Google Play (Or the free version Aldiko Book Reader – Android Apps on Google Play Same features, I just bought it to support the app) Barcode Scanner – Android Apps […]

Ubuntu NetworkManager

This NetworkManager thing in Ubuntu is horrible. Well; its not too bad actually but the commandline documentation sucks very very hard! A quick brain dump after my questing for anyone dealing with this.. excuse my messy text. A Google search for “Ubuntu NetworkManager Commandline” offers help disabling the NetworkManager; installing it (help.ubuntu) and refers you […]