Quality of Life Dashboard code good to go

We haven’t launched because data. As in I don’t have any yet. But the code is done, cleaned, organized, commented, refactored, and every other I’m tired of looking at it word. If you have been waiting for me to stop scre

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Heading to FOSS4G in Portland

I’m typing this at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport, waiting for a series of winged tubes to transport me to Portland for FOSS4G. I’m ssh’d into my home machine, which is then going to rsync to my web host. Fr

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My tweaked out Atom

My text editor licentiousness is legendary. That’s for a good reason. If you make software for a living you probably spend more time with your text editor than you do with your loved ones. Getting something that fits y

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Screencast - Object.observe() for native data binding

Taking a look at object.observe() and how to do native data binding for your app. Resources Fuzzy Tolerance Data-binding Revolutions with Object.observe() Object.observe polyfill Quality of Life Dashboard

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CSS Print Styling and the Quality of Life Dashboard Report

Resources Dashboard on Github

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Installing QGIS 2.4 on Arch-based Distros

Like most normal Arch-based folks (I’m on Manjaro, which I can’t recommend enough), I have QGIS installed via the Arch User Repository. QGIS 2.4 won’t compile with the 4.11 versions of pyqt4-common and python2-pyqt4 howe

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Another South East Linux Fest is coming up!

This year’s South East Linux Fest (SELF) is June 20-22. I missed it last year (family trip to DisneyLand), but I’m so hyped for this year’s event I’m trying to figure out if carrying around a Chromebook gives me enough

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Flattening GeoPortal

Flatten all the things! Before After Or most of the things. I really just wanted to simplify the look a bit, because simple is almost always better. I hadn’t lifted the hood in a while, and after I did I went blind

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Using bash to check a web server for PDF changes

Keeping up with elected official changes is a pain in the ass. For a while I checked for changes when I thought of it, which caused the occasional histrionics. Then I switched to using the Google Civics API, which I fig

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From Octopress to Hexo

Behold! Fuzzy Tolerance has moved from Octopress to Hexo. It seems like yesterday I moved this blog from Wordpress to Octopress (it was more like a year and a half ago). Static site generators are ideal for stuff like bl

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