Vote Yes! Pull Request is a small collection of custom styles to replace the approve button in Bit Bucket. 🏳️🌈
Add the following to the bitbucket domain using Stylish.
Why? Because I am not one to let an offhand comment go unimplemented.
2015 was a good year, a lot of things going on professionally and personally.
In crib note form, here are some of the highlights: Continue reading 2015 in review
I used to get nervous in the weeks leading up to a conference talk because I was talking at a conference.
These days, it appears I get nervous for an entirely different reason: casual homophobia. Unfortunately in my industry – web development – comments such as these are not rare transgressions. Continue reading Speaking is not the only reason I get nervous at conferences
The second day of CSSConf Australia ’15 took place last Friday.
The day started with Sara encouraging developers to switch to SVG rather than unsemantic CSS hacks, and finished with a call for the open-source community to welcome designers by Una.
Here are my notes from day two. Continue reading CSSConf Australia ’15 – Day two summary
CSSConf Australia ’15 is on at the moment.
The first day started with Matt reminding us to consider the human element of design, and finished with Ben showing how animation can be used to cheat time and add delight.
Here are my notes from day one. Continue reading CSSConf Australia ’15 – Day one summary
I had the pleasure of speaking at Web Directions Respond yesterday. It was a great opportunity to listen to designers and developers from both Australia and internationally.
I took notes throughout the day, some of which you will have seen if you follow me on Twitter. The full set are in bullet point form below.
A disclaimer upfront, this is the first conference I’ve spoken at where tickets cost more than $50. Attendees invested a substantial chunk of their PD budget to be there. The quality of my notes waver as a I get various waves of nerves & adrenaline crashes. Chris Wright has published his notes too. Continue reading Web Directions Respond ’15 Summary
I was discussing one click indieweb for WordPress with David Shanske on the IRC channel. The aim is to make it as easy as possible for a WordPress user – not a developer – to implement an indieweb site.
I’ve decided to put it up as a brain dump.
There are two aspects to consider: features and data attributes. Continue reading One click indieweb for WordPress
A BrowserStack email apparently sent to all users makes it abundantly clear they have been hacked or have a very disgruntled member of staff. Possibly both.
The Internet as a whole is asking if this is true, BrowserStack is currently showing a maintenance page.
The question people should be asking is “should I cancel my credit card?”. Continue reading BrowserStack hack
I’ve started the process of going indieweb.
To begin with, I’ll be focusing on siloed posts relating to blog posts on my site. Brid.gy will be used to bring in favourites, replies and retweets via web mentions. Facebook likes may make it in at some stage.
Continue reading Going indieweb
There is talk of requiring Australian ISPs collect & store metadata as a user browses the net. Metadata can include a lot of information, for example this is what’s included in a single tweet Continue reading What’s in a tweet’s metadata