A few months ago I started to use Spacemacs and org-mode to organize my writing and tasks. Being a Vim user has meant that I haven’t gone all it, but almost.
I had a great time last weekend at WordCamp PDX 2017 presenting an overview of Trellis and Bedrock – two Roots.io projects. Here are some notes and follow-up information.
While I was setting up logrotate on a server, I needed to traverse a large user directory to find all of the log files, ideally sorted by their size, excluding the mail directory. This is how I built up the command.
I’ve started using a neat Bash trick for inserting time stamps into file names — insert a timestamp using command substitution (posix specification): Yes, this is a pain to type out — the first time. But going to the effort of writing this out allows us to quickly recall a command which gives us a filename … Continued
Clearing the PageSpeed cache wasn’t working when logging in as root and ‘touching’ the config file, so I enabled admin access through the browser.
The schedule has been finalized for the 2017 PDX WordCamp, happening on September 23rd at Lewis and Clark College. There are a lot of great talks, and I’m glad that I can contribute to the community by sharing my knowledge of managing a WordPress site using the various Roots.io projects. As of right now, all … Continued
A quick look at how to setup Vim to transparently create and edit *.gpg files.
I created a plugin called WP Asciinema to help add Asciicasts created using https://asciinema.org/ to WordPress. This is plugin is meant to help self-host asciicasts on your WordPress site. If you are simply wanting to include asciicasts from asciinema.org, then take a look at their embedding guidelines. Usage This plugin adds a shortcode to help display the … Continued
A collection of bash scripts to help automate retrieval of remote databases and importing them into a Roots.io based virtual machine.
It’s been just under two years since I made the switch to using Vim full time. Here are some resources that helped me become proficient when using it.