Maildir refilter maildirrefilter.scm re-applies your sieve rules to mail in a maildir folder. So, if you have added new rules to your .sieve rule file, mail that previously got stuck in your inbox, will be moved. There are other solutions, but this one has the following benefits: preserves flags mail that does not trigger a rule is completely untouched The refilter is written in Guile scheme, and assumes the dovecot sieve implementation.

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Zen-mode overview zen-mode is Emacs is a concentration aid for Emacs. Zen-mode provides different zen-states, which manage different aspects of Emacs and your environment. I use F11 as a pefix key for zen-mode. My prefered bindings can be installed with m-x zen-keys. F11 means full-screen in many applications, and one zen-aspect is fullscreen. With zen-mode you bind a set of zen aspects to a zen state. Here’s the default keybindings:

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btc-coffee Software for a bitcoin operated coffee machine. You need a bitcoind running. Edit the configuration file. start btc-coffee. point a browser to: http://localhost:9198/btc-coffee/qr-wrapper Now you can scan the presented QR code, and messages show if the payment has been accepted. building lein uberjar running bitcoind -d java -jar target/btc-coffee-0.1.0-standalone.jar [--config-file /path/to/config/file] License Copyright © 2013 Joakim Verona Distributed under the Eclipse Public License either version 1.0 or (at your option) any later version.

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o-blog seems pretty nice! It’s based on Emacs org-mode, and lives on github: https://github.com/renard/o-blog. Since I live in Emacs, this seems like a nice choice for my particular blog.

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Liquibase hello-world This is a simple hello-world style example for the Liquibase relational database changeset handler. Trying it out To try it out: sgit clone git://github.com/jave/liquibase-helloworld.git cd liquibase-helloworld mvn liquibase:update The changelog file A H2 database file /tmp/liquidhello.h2.db will be created. Below is an example of what Liquibase changelog file can look like. It defines two changesets, with ids 1 and 2. Changeset 1 creates a table called test, with a column called name.

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simple math tutorial test for kids with Emacs its supposed to work a bit like chatting with a bot and could maybe be elnodeified i looked around for an existing solution but didnt find any that wasnt replete with jumping penguins, flash animations, or advertisements. so far my son hates it and rather do pen and paper tests, but thats good also right? So, you can also generate and print paper exercises.

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