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David Goodwin: Automated twitter compilation up to 06 March 2014

Planet WolvesLUG - Thu, 06/03/2014 - 15:15

Arbitrary tweets made by TheGingerDog (i.e. David Goodwin) up to 06 March 2014

(2014/03/06 src)
  • My teeth have been successfully sharpened. £18… (2014/03/05 src)
  • Pancake day? That’ll never catch on. #PancakeDay (2014/03/04, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire src)
  • Bromsgrove’s high street. #BobTheBuilder t.co/8tIGN8UA8J
  • (2014/03/04, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire src)
  • Looking for Ukraine analysis? This a good place to start www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/mar/02/crimea-crisis-russia-ukraine-cold-war (2014/03/02 src)
  • Happy RAID check day ! #linux (2014/03/02, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire src)
  • It’s a hard fact to swallow but we all live life alone www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2014/feb/28/marital-expectations-couples-complete-one-other (2014/03/02, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire src)
  • Bromsgrove hockey ladies awesome Saturday. Played 3 won 3 scored 21 conceded 3. Could it get any better? @BromStandard @BromsgroveHC (2014/03/01 src)
  • ‘Murica700 via @mikko @TrustyCon www.youtube.com/user/TrustyCon t.co/3WYn6EDWbB
  • (2014/03/01 src)
  • Hockey Bromsgrove men’s 3rds vs Droitwich. 0:0. :-/ (Cc @BromsgroveHC ) (2014/03/01, Wychavon, Worcestershire src)
  • IKEA grammar fail (“Why not add a bowl of potato’s…”) #fail t.co/Ml89N57Qa6
  • (2014/03/01, Walsall, Walsall src)
  • @Ansible 1.5 now available with a faster OpenSSH transport, Vault, and many updates: blog.ansibleworks.com/2014/02/28/ansible-1-5-released/ (2014/02/28 src)
  • Massive weekend 4 Bromsgrove Hockey. Men & Ladies in huge games. Like to give it a try yourself? Let me know @BromStandard @BromsSchool (2014/02/28 src)
  • Men use a pontoon to move a car in floodwaters in England. More Photos of the Day: on.wsj.com/N8SL6E (Getty) t.co/QeaNAsRj0r
  • (2014/02/28 src)
  • When using APC with PHP, set `apc.stat_ctime=1` in php.ini. Found the tip in Scaling PHP Book by @stevencorona. Thanks for saving my sanity. (2014/02/28 src)
  • .@mattcutts I think I have spotted one, Matt. Note the similarities in the content text: t.co/uHux3rK57f
  • (2014/02/27 src)
  • Trying to figure out why Chrome (OSX) gives “The site’s security certificate is not trusted!” for Foursquare.com #foursquare (2014/02/27 src)
  • Funky 3D eye in a browser near you – www.vill.ee/eye/ (webgl demo of an eye). (2014/02/26 src)
  • IKEA fail. #bjursta t.co/PL7IsarVXB
  • (2014/02/26, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire src)
  • I think I may have eaten too much rhubarb crumble. #feelingSedentary (2014/02/26, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire src)
  • You wouldn’t steal a handbag… you wouldn’t write your own SSH Daemon in PHP… You wouldn’t deploy said code? Oh wait, MTGOX CEO did. (2014/02/26 src)
  • This is why you ALWAYS use `{` and `}` in conditional blocks in C-syntax languages, friends: https://www.imperialviolet.org/2014/02/22/applebug.html Laziness is never okay. (2014/02/22 src)
  • ★ On the Timing of iOS’s SSL Vulnerability and Apple’s ‘Addition’ to the NSA’s PRISM Program: df4.us/mgh (2014/02/22 src)
  • Hockey: Bromsgrove 3xi 4:3 Kings Heath. Great result. (Cc @BromsgroveHC ) (2014/02/22 src)
  • ‘Offshored’ jobs heading back to region: Rising costs in China and the Far East means a boost for Midlands emp… bit.ly/1heh2kQ (2014/02/21 src)
  • Dog poo minefield. t.co/V9JbjDCRBM
  • (2014/02/18, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire src)
  • “All of our operators are currently engaged. …”
    Presumably lots of weddings soon then NatWest ??? (2014/02/18 src)
  • Your call is important to us and will be answered as soon as possible. #lies (2014/02/18 src)
  • Watching my tablet slow to a crawl as it installs weeks of app updates. #almostUnused #firstWorldProblems #nexus10 (2014/02/18 src)
  • In Norway they’re spraying reindeer antlers w a reflective coating to protect them from cars j.mp/1ftOscV t.co/mtiq89AItU
  • (2014/02/17 src)
  • Less commonly used UNIX commands: www.danielmiessler.com/blog/collection-of-less-commonly-used-unix-commands (2014/02/17 src)
  • Apostrophes. Commas. There/their. Were/we’re. To/too/two. Was/were. Definitely. It’s/Its. Those/them. It’s not that hard really is it? #ARGH (2014/02/17 src)
  • Today I’ve filled in a Winding up order to possibly present to Mr LatePayingCustomer #funtimes https://www.gov.uk/wind-up-a-company-that-owes-you-money (2014/02/17 src)
  • Bromsgrove 3xi hockey vs Wolverhampton – we won 3:0 (2014/02/15 src)
  • PHP is Awesome bit.ly/MQgg4e (2014/02/14 src)
  • Google, I’m sorry to keep complaining, but can you please make using your apps with multiple accounts suck less? Pretty please? (2014/02/14 src)
  • Never quite gotten the point of flowers. “Here, I killed these for you… now watch them die.” (2014/02/14 src)
  • “I wanted to ask you a very important and timely question…”
    i.imgur.com/74iclM6.png (2014/02/14 src)
  • Bitter single man scuppered Valentine’s Day by booking every other seat at a cinema to stop couples sitting together www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/china/10637954/Bitter-single-man-scuppers-Valentines-Day-for-cinema-goers.html (2014/02/14 src)
  • hahaha I thought I had feelings before I had children. I had no idea, NO IDEA what feelings even were. Recalibrated all axes. (2014/02/14 src)
  • Just another rainy day in Newlyn, UK, apparently. [via @traceysuckling] t.co/aTsApsoxLy
  • (2014/02/14 src)
  • We have rules. t.co/pfXKgviu8w
  • (2014/02/14, Manchester, Manchester src)
  • Roses are red
    Violets are blue
    Nagios is red
    OH FUCK THE SITE’S DOWN (2014/02/14 src)
  • Roses are red
    Violets are blue
    Your bitcoins are in escrow
    on The Silk Road 2
    …bugger. (2014/02/14 src)
  • Meanwhile on erlang-questions, the lurking, it was good, and profitable… t.co/eCMw1BgbZa
  • (2014/02/14 src)
  • Headteacher’s award ! Excellent tricky word spelling! t.co/f1jZ03XUfP
  • (2014/02/14 src)
  • “Is it me, or is it a bit hot in here? Ah – you must be with @OvoEnergy!” #feellovedagain (2014/02/14 src)
  • The school jester #hair t.co/jGmZTVO12I
  • (2014/02/13 src)
  • Sent my girlfriend a dozen roses for Valentine’s Day. Hope she’s not upset that I ate the rest of the box. (2014/02/09 src)
  • Free petrol in Bromsgrove ! t.co/WL1WEPnyJY
  • (2014/02/06, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire src)
  • Breaking Flanders #simpsons t.co/dKRJEFkp1J
  • (2014/02/05 src)
  • Cannot. Be. Unseen. t.co/z7ZLKrrbQh
  • (2014/02/03 src)
  • Rebooting an unbacked up server which had/has I/o issues & locked up. If only $customer listened to my warnings. Crossing fsck fingers ATM! (2014/02/03 src)
  • Simply brilliant. A poem. RT @iancawsey: I don’t normally like graffiti but……. t.co/CgFU0sYNcP
  • (2014/02/01 src)
  • @suejaned: so what did the ancient Herdwicks live on during winter without an awesome shepherd to feed hay?”They had an ancient shepherd
  • (2014/02/01 src)
  • Instant feedback on your #phpunit tests while you’re editing code or tests. In case your editors won’t.. https://github.com/jaytaph/RealTimePHPUnit (2014/02/01 src)
  • Bromsgrove men 3xi vs streetly. Lost 2-1 #hockey (Cc @BromsgroveHC ) (2014/02/01, Walsall, Walsall src)
  • Theiyr’reTake that, grammar police.
  • (2014/01/31 src)
  • Happy Chinese New year!! And it’s going to be a filthy one if BBC news subtitles are anything to go by….. t.co/Mie1zV1MAs
  • (2014/01/31 src)
  • Harsh working conditions in Silicon Valley t.co/XlJJL3kPZN
  • (2014/01/31 src)
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    Aq: Writing a simple desktop widget for Ubuntu

    Planet WolvesLUG - Mon, 03/03/2014 - 15:21

    I needed a way to display the contents of an HTML file on my desktop, in such a way that it looks like it’s part of the wallpaper. Fortunately, most of the answer was in How can I make my own custom desktop widgets? on Ask Ubuntu, along with Create a Gtk Window insensitive to Show Desktop and Won’t show in Launcher. Combining that with the excellent Python GI API Reference which contains everything and which I can never find when I go looking for it, I came up with a simple little Python app. I have it monitoring the HTML file which it displays for changes; when that file changes, I refresh the widget.

    from gi.repository import WebKit, Gtk, Gdk, Gio, GLib import signal, os class MainWin(Gtk.Window): def __init__(self): Gtk.Window.__init__(self, skip_pager_hint=True, skip_taskbar_hint=True) self.set_wmclass("sildesktopwidget","sildesktopwidget") self.set_type_hint(Gdk.WindowTypeHint.DOCK) self.set_size_request(600,400) self.set_keep_below(True) #Set transparency screen = self.get_screen() rgba = screen.get_rgba_visual() self.set_visual(rgba) self.override_background_color(Gtk.StateFlags.NORMAL, Gdk.RGBA(0,0,0,0)) #Add all the parts self.view = WebKit.WebView() self.view.set_transparent(True) self.view.override_background_color(Gtk.StateFlags.NORMAL, Gdk.RGBA(0,0,0,0)) self.view.props.settings.props.enable_default_context_menu = False self.view.load_uri("file:///home/aquarius/Work/jobs.html") box = Gtk.Box() self.add(box) box.pack_start(self.view, True, True, 0) self.set_decorated(False) self.connect("destroy", lambda q: Gtk.main_quit()) #Show all the parts self.show_all() self.move(100,100) def refresh_file(*args): print args mainwin.view.reload() def file_changed(monitor, file, unknown, event): # reload GLib.timeout_add_seconds(2, refresh_file) if __name__ == '__main__': gio_file = Gio.File.new_for_path("/home/aquarius/Work/jobs.html") monitor = gio_file.monitor_file(Gio.FileMonitorFlags.NONE, None) monitor.connect("changed", file_changed) mainwin = MainWin() signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, signal.SIG_DFL) # make ^c work Gtk.main()

    Lots of little tricks in there: the widget acts as a widget (that is: it stays glued to the desktop, and doesn’t vanish when you Show Desktop) because of the Gdk.WindowTypeHint.DOCK, skip_pager_hint=True, skip_taskbar_hint=True, and set_keep_below(True) parts; it’s transparent because the HTML file sets its background colour to rgba(0,0,0,0) with CSS and then we use override_background_color to make that actually be transparent; the window has no decorations because of set_decorated(False). Then I just add it to Startup Applications and we’re done.

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    January 2014 Meeting

    Herefordshire LUG News - Tue, 21/01/2014 - 12:58

    Hi Everyone

    Just a quick note to say our January meeting will be on Wednesday night at 7.30pm, usual place the Courtyard in Hereford on the mezzanine floor.

    If you attended our Software Freedom Day event, please feel to come along on Wednesday

    The meeting will start at 7:30pm as usual.

    Items to discuss :-

    read more

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    November HLUG Meeting 27/11/2013

    Herefordshire LUG News - Sun, 24/11/2013 - 21:39

    Hi Everyone

    Just a quick note to say our November meeting will be on Wednesday night at 7.30pm, usual place the Courtyard in Hereford on the mezzanine floor.

    If you attended our Software Freedom Day event, please feel to come along on Wednesday

    The meeting will start at 7:30pm as usual.

    Items to discuss :-

    read more

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    October Meeting - Weds 23th - at the Courtyard - everyone welcome

    Herefordshire LUG News - Mon, 21/10/2013 - 12:38

    Hi Everyone
    Just a quick note to say our October meeting will be on Wednesday night at 7.30pm, usual place the Courtyard in Hereford on the mezzanine floor.

    If you attended our Software Freedom Day event in September, please feel to come along on Wednesday.

    The meeting will start at 7:30pm as usual. I've been out of the loop a bit recently, with family issues to deal with, so haven't had any opportunity to get any agenda planned.

    read more

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    KLUG Meeting Maidstone

    KentLUG News - Wed, 11/09/2013 - 13:27
    date:  Sat, 2013-11-30 09:00

    If you can't make our next meeting in September come along in November 09:00 - 13:00 at Kent History & Library Centre

    James Whatman Way
    Maidstone
    Kent
    ME14 1LQ

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    KLUG Meeting Maidstone

    KentLUG News - Sun, 08/09/2013 - 12:08
    date:  Sat, 2013-09-28 09:00

    Our next meeting is on 28/09/13 09:00 - 13:00 at Kent History & Library Centre

    James Whatman Way
    Maidstone
    Kent
    ME14 1LQ

    * Demo of Vagrant - internet permitting (Dan)
    * Various ways linux is made useful in broadcasting (Chris)
    * openOB (Chris)

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    Social Meet: Monday 8th July 2013

    West Yorkshire LUG News - Thu, 04/07/2013 - 11:30

    The next meeting will be on Monday 8th of July from 7:30 at Veritas for a social meet-up.

    Feel free to bring your Linux problems and issues down for the experts to take a look at (laptops only, of course).

    If you’re new to Linux and want a little hand-holding, do come along, or if you just fancy a bit of geeky chat there’s always lively debate on a range of geek and non-geek subjects.

    Social Meet: Monday 10th June 2013

    West Yorkshire LUG News - Fri, 07/06/2013 - 16:42

    The next meeting will be on Monday 10th of June from 7:30 at Veritas for a social meet-up.

    Feel free to bring your Linux problems and issues down for the experts to take a look at (laptops only, of course).

    If you’re new to Linux and want a little hand-holding, do come along, or if you just fancy a bit of geeky chat there’s always lively debate on a range of geek and non-geek subjects.

    davblog - Dave Cross: Jungle Money

    Planet GLLUG - Sun, 02/06/2013 - 17:35

    There’s been a lot of talk recently about what Nadine Dorries was paid for her appearances on I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here and why she hasn’t declared that fee yet.

    By following the trail laid down by Unity in this excellent blog post and listening carefully to what Dorries says in this interview with Andrew Neil (I expect that’ll be there for another week or so) it becomes pretty obvious what has happened.

    She hasn’t received the money yet.

    Of course, you wouldn’t usually expect to wait six months for payment for a media appearance, so what has happened?

    Dorries has a service company called Averbrook and all of her media work is now undertaken by this company. The Averbrook invoices media organisations for the work that Dorries does and the media companies pay the fees to Averbrook. The fees then sit in Averbrook’s bank account until needed.

    At this point Dorries has received no money and therefore has no requirement to declare any income. In the Andrew Neil interview, she says “I have not personally benefited from going into the jungle”. She then explains that she has a company for her media work and although it isn’t made clear, it’s obvious that this company receives the money from this work.

    Dorries goes on to say that when she benefits from that work, she will have to register the income. At some point in the future she will need to use this money and Averbrook will pay it to her. There are various ways for a director to take money out of a company. You might pay it as salary, you might pay it as dividends (if the director owns shares in the company) or, in extreme circumstances, you can close the company down and redistribute its assets. All of these will have varying tax implications and all of them will require Dorries to declare the income to parliament.

    But here’s the interesting thing. The income that Dorries will receive from Averbrook will have no link back to its original source. The declaration will simply need to say “£X,000 dividend from Averbrook” or whatever is appropriate. There will be no way to say how much of the money comes from each individual source.

    It’s a bit like money laundering. But, of course, this is all completely legal. Working through a service company is a really common way to manage tax affairs. It has tax benefits and (as we can see here) it has privacy benefits.

    Of course, there’s a good argument that using a company like this goes against the spirit of the requirement for MPs to declare income. It would be hard to argue against that. But until the law is changed, you are very unlikely to see any MP stop using the system.

    So what are the chances of the system changing? Rather slim I’d say. Why? Well because the people who would need to make the change are many of the people who are benefiting from this system.

    But on this occasion, I’d have to say that Dorries isn’t the problem. She’s just taking advantage of a well-known system. And people aren’t asking her the right questions about it.

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    Richard WM Jones: rich

    Planet GLLUG - Tue, 28/05/2013 - 13:59

    The new curl support added to libguestfs 1.22 lets you open any ISO remotely from a public web site or FTP server:

    $ export LIBGUESTFS_BACKEND=direct $ guestfish --ro -i --format=raw \ -a http://releases.ubuntu.com/precise/ubuntu-12.04.2-desktop-amd64.iso Operating system: Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS "Precise Pangolin" - Release amd64 (20130213) /dev/sda1 mounted on / ><fs> ll / total 2506 dr-xr-xr-x 1 root root 2048 Feb 13 22:21 . drwxr-xr-x 23 1000 1000 4096 May 28 13:55 .. dr-xr-xr-x 1 root root 2048 Feb 13 22:21 .disk dr-xr-xr-x 1 root root 2048 Feb 13 22:21 EFI -r--r--r-- 1 root root 236 Feb 13 22:21 README.diskdefines -r--r--r-- 1 root root 134 Feb 13 22:20 autorun.inf dr-xr-xr-x 1 root root 2048 Feb 13 22:21 boot dr-xr-xr-x 1 root root 2048 Feb 13 22:21 casper dr-xr-xr-x 1 root root 2048 Feb 13 22:21 dists dr-xr-xr-x 1 root root 2048 Feb 13 22:21 install dr-xr-xr-x 1 root root 18432 Feb 13 22:21 isolinux -r--r--r-- 1 root root 16443 Feb 13 22:21 md5sum.txt dr-xr-xr-x 1 root root 2048 Feb 13 22:21 pics dr-xr-xr-x 1 root root 2048 Feb 13 22:21 pool dr-xr-xr-x 1 root root 2048 Feb 13 22:21 preseed lr-xr-xr-x 1 root root 1 Feb 13 22:21 ubuntu -> . -r--r--r-- 1 root root 2504624 Feb 8 22:58 wubi.exe

    Of course it is slow as hell and not nice on the web host. It makes lots of byte-range requests on the host, downloading a few KB with each request, which is kind of the worst case for webservers to handle.

    Note also that Fedora’s curl is broken. I compiled my own from upstream git.


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    Richard WM Jones: rich

    Planet GLLUG - Fri, 24/05/2013 - 14:33

    This directory contains experimental up to date libguestfs packages for Ubuntu 12.10. You should be able to install them by adding this line to /etc/apt/sources.list:

    deb http://libguestfs.org/download/binaries/ubuntu1210-packages/ /

    You will need to also:

    sudo chmod 0644 /boot/vmlinuz-*

    because of this Ubuntu bug.

    Let me know if the packages work. Also what other versions of Ubuntu I should be building them for.


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    Richard WM Jones: rich

    Planet GLLUG - Fri, 24/05/2013 - 13:24

    It looks like I might be doing a short talk at the CentOS Dojo and Barbecue at Aldershot, UK, Friday 12th July 2013.

    It’ll probably be about scripting/programming libvirt and the virt tools, but mainly it’ll be a chance for Q&A about any virtualization topic in RHEL / CentOS.

    Also they have a BBQ — with beer! Sadly since I’m driving there I won’t be able to drink any of the beer.

    (Thanks Karanbir Singh, Justin Clift)


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    davblog - Dave Cross: The Political Web

    Planet GLLUG - Thu, 23/05/2013 - 13:32

    I made a thing.

    On Sunday I mentioned how OpenTech always makes me feel a bit embarrassed that I’m not doing more useful stuff – particularly in the kinds of areas that OpenTech speakers care about.

    Usually, real life takes over before I get a chance to do anything about it and I forget about my embarrassment until the next OpenTech. This year, I managed to harness my embarrassment and actually do something productive.

    It’s not like I built anything from scratch. This is is really just me finally shipping something that I’ve been working on (off and on – more off than on) for almost five years. I built the first prototype at a hack day in 2008. I even wrote about it at the time.

    The Political Web is a site that is intended to be a one-stop-shop for finding out information about British MPs. Currently each MP has a page which lists a number of standard web pages that contain information about the MP (Wikipedia, The Guardian, TheyWorkForYou – things like that). Of course each MP also has a number of non-standard pages on the internet (an official web site, a blog, perhaps a Twitter account) and adding those is going to be a harder job.

    Previously two things have stopped me launching this. One was the fact that I wanted to support those all of those other sources of information. But I’ve decided to go for a “minimum viable product” approach and show you what I’ve already got. The other thing that prevented me talking about it much was that I thought I’d need someone to make it look nice (my web design skills are horrible). But the arrival of Bootstrap means that even a design ignoramus like me can build a site that looks more than half-decent.

    So there you go. It’s there for you to play with. And there will (hopefully) be more coming soon. Please let me know if you find it useful.

    And thanks to all the giants whose shoulders I’m standing on. The site wouldn’t exist without the TheyWorkForYou API, the Perl Dancer framework and Twitter Bootstrap.

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    Rev. Simon Rumble: Awesome weekend camping

    Planet GLLUG - Tue, 21/05/2013 - 02:30

    We had a fantastic 4-day  weekend camping with our kids down in Bundeena. Bit of a risk this late in the season but we got extremely lucky. 26 degrees every day! Our kids were a bit unwell at times, with bad colds and Louis seemed to have a short bout of gastro. But we still had loads of fun.

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    Rev. Simon Rumble: Early start

    Planet GLLUG - Tue, 21/05/2013 - 02:07

    Ruby has me out of bed at 0530 this morning so everything moved along earlier than usual. Got to daycare and realised we had 35 minutes to kill so we stopped for smiley babycinos.

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    Rev. Simon Rumble: Vodafone Foundation cooks for OzHarvest #charityleave

    Planet GLLUG - Tue, 21/05/2013 - 02:07

    We spent the day cooking for charity. Lots of fun. I helped on chicken cacciatore and another team did amazing apple calzones. Good stuff and quite fun.

    My wimpy office hands scored some nice blisters cutting up ten chickens.

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    Rev. Simon Rumble: Home alone Dad, forced to fend for himself

    Planet GLLUG - Tue, 21/05/2013 - 02:07

    Holly's out to see The Hobbit so I'm home along with the kids. Improvised Ploughmans of:

    • Home made bread I baked earlier
    • Leftover Xmas ham (almost finished)
    • Selection of cheeses we didn't eat over Xmas
    • Atomic Pale Ale
    • Tomato, walnut and pomegranate molasses salad (home grown tomatoes, recipe from Casa Moro)
    No need to send rescuers. Though a link to the stream for tonight's game would help.
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    Rev. Simon Rumble: Contract or permie? Quick app to compare contract rates to permanent salaries

    Planet GLLUG - Tue, 21/05/2013 - 02:07

    I've always had a spreadsheet to help me compare a daily contract rate to a "standard" salary, to ensure I'm always comparing like for like when considering jobs. A newer wrinkle has been recruiters quoting "package" salaries, which just means you need to multiply by 0.91 to get the "standard" salary (ex super). But it's always been confusing.

    I've recently been sharing my spreadsheet with friends who've been considering contract jobs. The spreadsheet was fine, but a bit clunky and I'd only ever bothered to make it convert daily rate to "standard" salary.

    To make this work a bit better, I created ContractOrPermie.com, a little one-page application I wrote to allow you to quickly and easily compare contract rates with standard salaries. It's only really suitable for Australia.

    As well as nicely solving this particular problem, I also got to try out Twitter Bootstrap, which means it looks great in all browsers without me having to futz around with CSS. I'm hosting it using the new functionality Amazon Web Services have launched to allow static file hosting at the root of a domain using Amazon S3 (in the new Australian data centre).

    Anyway, check out ContractOrPermie.com and let me know what you think.
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