The current version of Friendica doesn’t appear to support filtering posts by
tag in an RSS
?tag=XXX to an RSS feed URI seems to be silently ignored.
As I wanted a custom feed that only has music posts in it, I wrote a quick and
dirty feed crawler in Python/Flask that removes all posts that do not have a
single mention of the specified tag in it. The whole program only took 50
minutes to write.
Well, I finally decided to clean up the files from my storage drive.
I found a lot of duplicate files unnecessarily taking up my storage space. As
looking through every single file on your hard disk is a tedious job, I wrote a
little PowerShell script to assist me with that.
Consider a typical web dev situation: React, Redux, Material-UI, a new
JSS-decorated component that’s going to be connected with Redux. We
create a new file, write the component code in it, then export it like
export default withStyles(styles)(connect(mapStateToProps)(MyComponent));
Another day, another hack. This AutoHotkey snippet preserves the last
window you minimized with
Win + Down and allows you to quickly unminimize it
Win + Shift + Up:
It is a common practice for some to use a Quake-style terminal. For those who
have never played the game: it’s a single terminal window which is hidden by
default and is toggled with the grave accent key. Those who like the behaviour
use a terminal emulator program like Tilda on Linux or ConEmu on Windows.
Sometimes you might want the same behaviour for the utilities that do not
support Quake-style windows by themselves. Luckily, you can still achieve this
with a simple AutoHotkey script I’ve come up with.