When the second season of Westworld ended, I was really wondering where they would take the show. A page had been turned, but I wasn’t sure where they would go from there.Continue reading
After 11 years, it’s time to wrap this up!
I’ve blogged a bit about The Expanse in the past, mostly to tell you about the TV series that I’ve grown to really enjoy. I’m also a big fan of the books the series is based on. I’ve read all 7 books published so far, and have been waiting impatiently for the 8th book to become available.
Today is the day! :) Tiamat’s Wrath is the 8th and penultimate book in the series, and you can now purchase it in all formats.Continue reading
I know I know, I just recently recommended you some TV shows to watch, and now I am already back with more! This one is worth its own post I think.
My wife and I discovered The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel a little while ago. We were looking for something a bit happier than our usual dramas, and we found it!
Mrs Maisel is fun.Continue reading
I don’t talk about work too often, but this time I have to share this :) Automattic has a series of interviews, all available on YouTube, where you can discover different Automatticians, what motivates them, and what they do every day.
I was interviewed back in December, and talked a bit about what I do, and why I like working at Automattic. As I said in the video, if you’ve thought about applying in the past but haven’t done it yet, give it a try! You have nothing to lose :)
After watching Danny MacAskill’s Cascadia video once again, I ended up playing this song on repeat today. Enjoy!
This has got me stuck a few times in the past few months so I thought I would write this down and get this committed to memory, once and for all!
When working with SVN and trying to add or remove a file that includes the
@ to your working copy, you will run into a
peg revision is not allowed here error:
svn rm modules/sharedaddy/images/[email protected] svn: E200009: 'modules/sharedaddy/images/[email protected]': a peg revision is not allowed here
That is because SVN uses the
@ symbol as a way to determine a specific revision, like so:
svn info [email protected] Path: readme.txt Name: readme.txt URL: https://plugins.svn.wordpress.org/jetpack/trunk/readme.txt Relative URL: ^/jetpack/trunk/readme.txt Repository Root: https://plugins.svn.wordpress.org Repository UUID: b8457f37-d9ea-0310-8a92-e5e31aec5664 Revision: 2021803 Node Kind: file Last Changed Author: jeherve Last Changed Rev: 2021532 Last Changed Date: 2019-01-29 22:57:37 +0100 (Tue, 29 Jan 2019)
To work around that, all you need to do is add an
@ symbol at the end of the filename, like so:
svn rm modules/sharedaddy/images/[email protected]@ D modules/sharedaddy/images/[email protected]
You can’t go wrong with some of the now popular themes from our favourite Marvel movies! This is a great compilation!
Credits to David Artiss for his hard work putting this compilation together!
Another year has gone by and I figured I’d post a little summary of the things my wife and I have watched this year.check all the stats!