For most users, running Spectral out of the box gives quite a lot of output even on an otherwise valid spec. I do think the default ruleset for Spectral is pretty good, but every situation is different so having your own ruleset to use is a good idea. This post shows how to use a ruleset and some examples. Continue reading
$ sudo apt install python Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Note, selecting 'python-is-python2' instead of 'python'
It turns out that since the
python package has historically been Python 2, and there's a separate
python3 package (and the commands match the package names, also
pip3 etc), that default has remained in an attempt to break things for fewer people. Which is nice, but how do I get current, stable python?
sudo apt install python-is-python3
There's a sister package called
python-is-python3 and installing that makes my
python command use version 3 as I expected! It's a fairly good solution to the problem but it took me a moment to work out how to install it so I thought I'd write it down for next time! Hope it helps you too :)
node_modulesdirectory in your otherwise excellent and useful commit. This post will walk you through how to fix the problem without losing any of your work. Continue reading
There are some situations where I don't have access to my speaker notes. Usually this is a good reason, such as I have mirrored my displays so I can demo or play a video without fiddling with my display settings in the middle of a talk. Sometimes, it's because something bad happened and I'm presenting from someone else's machine or a laptop that's completely off stage and I only have the comfort monitor. For those situations I use a printed set of backup speaker notes so I thought I'd share the script that creates these.