2012-12-11T14:00:47+00:00 in Turku, Finland To: Bijan, Public@bijan In that case, check mustache out tooi'm already happy with twig. it's has everything and beyond. extending and templates inheritance, sandbox support, custom func,tag,filter ..... dynamic func,tag,filter and list goes on :D it's far beyond what i could design myself :) but i'll definitely consider mustache too ;)
2012-12-11T13:14:54+00:00 in Turku, Finland To: Bijan, Public@bijan php is a templating engine :). You can take advantage of classes to assert that no variables leak to/from@masse i know what you're saying but i think real templating engines worth trying/testing. i'm trying #twig for now ;) j.mp/TNs4S0
voted for "KDE -K Desktop Environment"
2012-03-14T12:44:15+00:00 To: a(n) person, a(n) person, Public
2012-03-02T07:15:45+00:00 in Turku, Finland To: uıɐɾ ʞ ʇɐɯɐs, Public@samatjain My github client is git ;)
2012-02-11T13:38:33+00:00 in Turku, Finland To: Rares Aioanei, Public@schaiba I'm no journalist unfortunately. Enjoyed their technical articles though
2012-02-10T14:58:53+00:00 in Turku, Finland To: a(n) person, PublicAnyone knows what's happened to !linux gazette? Last article is from august@masse : Lack of manpower, basically. Feel free to volunteer if interested.
2012-02-05T09:20:49+00:00 in Turku, Finland To: Carlos Debian, Public@point Checkout :help signs too
voted for "Google"
2011-11-19T16:19:26+00:00 To: Tommy, Public
2011-11-15T14:51:11+00:00 in Turku, Finland To: silner, Public@silner AFAIK it's also one of the most mature ones. And because of its gtk nature, it fits into gnome/unity/whatever.
2011-11-11T12:45:09+00:00 in Turku, Finland To: Public
2011-10-01T08:48:28+00:00 in Turku, Finland To: Public"Could dig the #coffee", wait, what?
2011-10-01T06:53:47+00:00 in Turku, Finland To: a(n) person, Publichttp://ur1.ca/59iwv !minecraft great story about the new hardcore mode
2011-09-30T07:14:05+00:00 To: Public
voted for "Debian (or ubuntu, linux mint, etc)"
2011-09-29T11:41:47+00:00 To: Dolores Portalatin, a(n) person, Public
Building an Application with the ClojureScript and the Closure Library
2011-09-29T20:05:52+00:00 To: Public
2011-09-28T13:06:20+00:00 in Turku, Finland To: PublicI have the dumb today :(
2011-09-24T09:42:01+00:00 in Turku, Finland To: a(n) person, PublicThere's something about !clojure I like very much. The code seems to be extremely succinct, even when compared to scheme. But JVM speed :/
2011-09-23T14:59:28+00:00 in Turku, Finland To: PublicWhat the heck happened with identica?
2011-09-13T14:48:40+00:00 in Turku, Finland To: Richard Smedley, Public@richardsmedley Doing it alone will help you understand the inner workings, but it's not bad to experience the others.@masse True. I'm spending a couple of days "dabbling" at both, then I'll see which way goes best :-)