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Mon 18 February 2019

I've migrated the blog from wordpress to pelican. Static files, quite easy to use.

The migration process went well. The pelican import tool is easy to use and my rst linter highlighted the few errors done by the import tools (mainly empty sections).

There are still few artefacts due to the wordpress flavor of markdown. I'll never correct them (it's part of this website history).

Category: tools Tagged: pelican wordpress blog tools

GPG key renewal

Tue 02 February 2016

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What happen when a PGP key expire? Obvious answer: you can no longer securely use it. Nevertheless, you may not delete it as you must be able to read your encrypted files.

Basics step that should …

Category: network security Tagged: FAQs Help and Tutorials Mail tools

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awesome global shortcut

Mon 04 January 2016

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The awesome window manager does not provide GUI configuration tool.

Here is a litte how to to provide a feature using global shortcut, illustrated with wolume control.

Defining and identifying the feature and the shortcut

The …

Category: how to Tagged: alsa ArchLinux awesome Configuration file FAQs Help and Tutorials Unix window manager tools

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Conference posters

Fri 11 December 2015

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Few weeks ago, I wrote about mindmap in [latex]LaTeX[/latex]. Now I want to precise few ideas and to have all key ideas visible in one sight. I think the best layout is similar …

Category: tools Tagged: LaTeX Poster how to tools

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