Yesterday it was announced by Google that php.net has been compromised. Rasmus Lerdorf, who committed PHP, quickly declared that it was a "false positive" before starting to complain about Google's Webmaster Tools.

I guess that when you say "it's a false positive" when you're not sure and then proven wrong, it can be expected that people are gonna make fun of you.

pardon?

As you might have noticed, the view has changed a bit here :)

I am using Twitter Bootstrap daily at work and being able to use all its goodies while blogging was haunting me. So I wrote a Bootstrap based theme for Octopress: Octostrap3

I also started a demo blog to provide an handy installation and configuration guide (I'll also post my Octopress tricks there). If you feel forky, go straight to the GitHub repository

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Not too long ago (back in 2008) I wrote tagutil, a small CLI tool to display and edit music files tags. At the time I felt in need of something easy script without GUI, but most of all I wanted a tool with a complete support for Vorbis Comment.

While both Ogg/Vorbis and FLAC uses Vorbis Comment, libFLAC has the courtesy to provide a simple API to read and write them, where libogg/libvorbis only provide a way to read them. OK, It's not entierly true; it is possible to write them, it's just damn hard compared to libFLAC because you need a good understanding of Ogg/Vorbis's design.

Octopress

One thing I really missed with Octopress was a category list page. While it generate a page for each category there is no way to list all categories by default.

The good news is that it's really easy to create one. There are already plugin ready-to-be-hacked on the net, and I'll explain in this post how I did it.