Remove all .svn directories

To remove all .svn directories in a directory-tree simply do this:
find . -name ".svn" -exec rm -rf {} \;
Synchronize two folders on a Mac and other Unix Systems with Rsync

Very handy and nice tutorial

Status Quo of the new package view at software.opensuse.org. The redesign is part of the current openSUSE Booster Sprint “Appstream”.

Status Quo of the new package view at software.opensuse.org. The redesign is part of the current openSUSE Booster Sprint “Appstream”.

Introduction To Linux Commands
Why Linux (and Windows) just doesn't cut it

This Article hits IMHO the nail on his head. I agree absolutely with the author.

OBS Webclient V2.0-Dashboard_Note-Snapshot on Flickr.A mockup for a OBS Webclient 2 Dashboard.
The grey bar above the header was for important user informations like “We are going to have a downtime next Monday”. The colour could be changed simply by changing a class. It xoud be greyish, green, yellow, red. Depending on the information.

As it is your dashboard you can rearrange the “widgets” that they fit to your needs. Even it was planed to enable user to write there own widgets for there special needs.

What I liked was the idea of the Aggregator showing the build status of your builds with several colours. On mouse over you get a overlaying box telling you which project it is and serves some detailed informations. 

The Mockup is a rapid prototype hacked together in HTML/CSS/JS.
IMHO the best way of prototyping after you have scratched down your ideas.
Prototyping in e.g. Photoshop never give the right impression of an UI. The fonts look different, the spacing does not match, and so on.

OBS Webclient V2.0-Dashboard_Note-Snapshot on Flickr.

A mockup for a OBS Webclient 2 Dashboard.

The grey bar above the header was for important user informations like “We are going to have a downtime next Monday”. The colour could be changed simply by changing a class. It xoud be greyish, green, yellow, red. Depending on the information.

As it is your dashboard you can rearrange the “widgets” that they fit to your needs. Even it was planed to enable user to write there own widgets for there special needs.

What I liked was the idea of the Aggregator showing the build status of your builds with several colours. On mouse over you get a overlaying box telling you which project it is and serves some detailed informations.

The Mockup is a rapid prototype hacked together in HTML/CSS/JS.
IMHO the best way of prototyping after you have scratched down your ideas.

Prototyping in e.g. Photoshop never give the right impression of an UI. The fonts look different, the spacing does not match, and so on.

Made some flyer for self printing, so everyone can now promote the upcoming openSUSE Confernce 2011.

Made some flyer for self printing, so everyone can now promote the upcoming openSUSE Confernce 2011.

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SparkleShare - a Dropbox alternative

SparkleShare enables you to use a Git-Repository the same way as e.g. Dropbox. A very hand and easy to use way of visioning, collaborating and sharing.

It miss the handy features dorpbox offers, like “Copy public Link”. But on the other hand you have option to use your own Git.

SparkleShare is currently available vor Mac OS X and Linux. For openSUSE you can use the 1-Click-Installer to get it on your box.

Bradley Wright: How to set up your own private Git server on Linux

Update 2: as pointed out by Tim Huegdon, several comments on a Hacker News thread pointing here, and the excellent Pro Git book, Gitolite seems to be a better solution for multi-user hosted Git than Gitosis. I particularly like the branch–level permissions aspect, and what that means for…