Tech Notes from Benjamin Turner
Installing OBS Studio on Linux
OBS Studio is a popular open-source video recording and live-streaming software. It’s available for Windows, macOS, and Linux operating systems. This blog post will focus on installing OBS Studio on Linux. There are several ways to install OBS Studio on Linux. One of the easiest methods is through the official OBS Studio PPA (Personal Package […]
SVG recordings of Terminal Sessions
I recently stumbled on this cool technique from Wasim Lorgat for creating SVG documents of terminal sessions using asciinema and svg-term-cli:
QA FSE 15: Category Customization
I had some time to contribute to WP, and I’ve always loved how the Full-site-editing outreach program lets anyone jump in and quickly get to testing specific features and functionality. Today, I worked on QA’ing the latest one: FSE Program Testing Call #15: Category Customization Questions Did the experience crash at any point? No crashes! […]
Fixing ERR_CERT_INVALID in Chrome
Resources and tools I used when researching an ERR_CERT_INVALID error within Google Chrome.
New Role: Software Engineer
Scripted IP lookup in the terminal
Writing a Bash script to make it easier to do IP lookups from within the terminal.
WPCLI Focus Time – 2021-10-20
Another block of focus time trying to help the WPCLI project. This time learning more about Behat and functional testing.
Installing Block-based themes with WPCLI
I wanted a way to quickly and easily install all Block-based WordPress themes so that I could start examining the code used to build them!
WPCLI Focus Time – 2021-10-01
Continuing to learn about WPCLI. I focus on how to run the Behat tests under a Local site as well as explore the wp-cli-dev package!
WPCLI Focus Time – 2021-09-24
Another block of focus time for the WPCLI project! I continued working on issue 191 of the core command repo: Unexpected HTML output when updating WordPress #191 Even though the solution was simple and I was able to get a pull request created, I found that there may be some holes in how the WPCLI project […]