Today i were doing a homework assignment task (https://kino.vm.wmi.amu.edu.pl/05en.htm#assessment-tasks) where we got an image and had to remake this:
<!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <title>Document Title</title> <!-- external CSS link --> <link rel="stylesheet" href="css/reset.css"> <link rel="stylesheet" href="css/style.css"> </head> <body> <div class="page"> About Spirit has been working in the flower industry for 20 years. She began her work in San Francisco and has recently moved to Williamburg in Brooklyn, NY.
*See this very post on wiki1.*
On Dec 1, 2013, user Sammi De Guzman asked on StackOverflow:
How do I declare attributes common to multiple elements? I have multiple elements I want to give these attributes:
Is this possible somehow in DTD, or will I have to do it manually?
(Also, while I\’m here, I don\’t think it was such a good idea to declare the margin and padding attributes that way.
I just bought an Optima SP20 typewriter, in Polish layout. It costed me 39PLN + 21PLN shipping.
It is an electronic typewriter, of German production, based on a ZILOG 1701 processor, which, as seller says, “is similar in semantics to c64”.
In the posting it was described as equipped with an original ink ribbon, and previously serving for “machine print” on labels of 3.5” soft floppies for Amiga. “Very beautifully those labels present, if someone wants even a book could be written on it.
So, as i wrote in the post about DWIN5 from moments ago, I now have everything from the winter semester passed besides one thing — DWIN, or “Introduction to Computer Science”; basically I haven’t been doing homework most of the time from it and now I have to correct the grade by submitting all of them by March 11th.
One of the tasks from the DWIN4 set is about generating a BMP file that will achieve best compression coeffiient with JPEG.
So, I now have everything from the winter semester passed besides one thing — DWIN, or “Introduction to Computer Science”.
Basically I haven’t been doing homework most of the time from it and now I have to correct the grade by submitting all of them by March 11th.
One of the tasks, DWIN5, is about writing an XML DTD. The one i wrote does a lot of ATTLIST reuse, so i found a stackoverflow answer https://stackoverflow.
I have decided to try creating a Diaspora account on a pod (instance) operated by a third party, choosing diasp.org for no good reason.
My account there is email@example.com — https://diasp.org/people/ef8038e035b80138b919047d7b62795e
As I am still hesitant to rely on that pod, unsure whether i could be at risk of losing data there, i am not sure if i will choose to use it for the purpose for which I am presently using Google Sites.
On the night from Wednesday to Thursday, 12⁄13 Feb 2020, at 1~2AM 13Feb, i posted a thread of some tweets about my learnings about my panic attacks triggered by human-body-workings thinking.
I copypasted most of it below, taking care of thread-forks. See the link above for everything — im not gonna delete, but im not feeling like boosting everything.
Not long ago i learned what a panic attack really is.
I have recently been considering having a platform for privately shared thoughts, but always being annoyed with twitter or fedi private accounts having only one designated “circle”, in Google+ nomenclature.
And Google+ is defunct now.
So I decided to set up something that would have proper ACLs. Besides Facebook, which is bad&boycotted, and also presents the ACLs to everyone included in them, my only option seemed to have some kind of a website.
There is a course here on WMI AMU that gives zero ECTS but is obligatory and serves as just making sure that students know how to use library and how to cite and stuff. It is called “Education on information resources” (“Edukacja informacyjna i źródłowa”, literally “Education on information and sources”).
The last academic year i somehow missed being signed up for it, and also I thought it is just a single class happening in meatspace in the library.
Today I asked on Super User: Are .gitignore files from directories above the repository’s or from home directory loaded in any versions of Git?
Are .gitignore files from directories above the repository’s or from home directory (~/.gitignore) loaded in any versions of Git?
~/.gitignore is mentioned by some advisory web postings despite not working in the version of Git on my system, and my system manual is unclear about how far up Git will walk looking for a .