- Work sprints with a Pomodoro timer
Time management is important for everyone. When we get our tasks done efficiently, we leave more time for other things we’re passionate about. There are numerous tools on your Fedora system to help you manage your time effectively. One of them is a Pomodoro timer.
- How can a variable-height sticky footer be defined in pure CSS?
With the advent of the CSS flex model, solving the variable-height sticky footer problem becomes very, very easy: while mostly known for laying out content in the horizontal direction, Flexbox actually works just as well for vertical layout problems.
- Raspberry Pi - FedoraProject
The Raspberry Pi is a credit card-sized ARM based single board computer (SBC). Fedora supports the the Raspberry Pi Model B versions 2 and 3 in Fedora 25 Beta and later without any requirement of third party kernels or scripts to adjust offical images.
- Python speech to text with PocketSphinx
I’ve wanted to use speech detection in my personal projects for the longest time, but the Google API has gradually gotten more and more restrictive as time passes. In order to ensure that my projects could work even without an internet connection, I looked for another speech recognition package that would preferably be easier to use.
- Test-Driven Development with Python
In the Python world, we have a couple of equivalent test running tools, Lettuce and Behave. Of these, only Behave was compatible with Python 3 at the time of writing, so that’s what we’ll use. We’ll also use a plugin called behave-django
- How to serve static files with Apache and mod_wsgi for Robots.txt and Favicons
This example sets up Django at the site root, but serves robots.txt, favicon.ico, and anything in the /static/ and /media/ URL space as a static file. All other URLs will be served using mod_wsgi.
- How To Serve Django Applications with Apache and mod_wsgi
Django is a powerful web framework that can help you get your Python application or website off the ground quickly. Django includes a simplified development server for testing your code locally, but for anything even slightly production related, a more secure and powerful web server is required.
- Howto- Disable SELinux on Fedora/Centos/RHEL/SL
SELinux is a set of kernel modifications and user-space tools that have been added to various Linux distributions. Its architecture strives to separate enforcement of security decisions from the security policy itself and streamlines the volume of software charged with security policy enforcement. This tutorial shows how to turn it off.
- Hold A Kickoff Meeting Before Diving Into The Design
The kickoff phase sets the stage for the success of your product. Without properly conducting this phase, your team might as well be working in the dark. The worst enemy in product development, after all, is ambiguity.
- How do I install fonts in Fedora?
Many fonts can be installed using dnf, however when you need something a little more custom this Q&A thread explains how to manually install fonts.