Emacs and QR codes
I like QR codes; they can store a fair amount of data, and the Android Barcode Scanner application has some support for special codes (calendar events, phonebook events etc.).
I couldn't find any native QR encoder for Emacs, so Emacs users had to rely on external programs... until now :-). I took a CommonLISP encoder and adapted it to Emacs, some basic testing shows it works, even with Japanese text.
If you are an Emacs user you might appreciate it, download it from here: https://email@example.com
I.N.E.R.T.I.A. for MSX updated
I updated my MSX game I.N.E.R.T.I.A. so that now it compiles again with recent SDCC versions. I also extended the input logic a bit: now P1=joystick1, P2=(joystick2 or arrowkeys+space). Read more at the I.N.E.R.T.I.A. for MSX firstname.lastname@example.org
I.N.E.R.T.I.A. for SVI-318
I ported to SVI-318 a tiny MSX game called I.N.E.R.T.I.A. that I wrote some years ago. It's 2-players only, and you'll need at least one joystick to play (the 2nd player can use joystick2 or keyboard). Read the full story, download the ROM game and C email@example.com
Your software lasts longer than you think :-)
Yesterday I received an email from France that was referring to my 5-years-old cdialog port attempt (read full story). I was surprised that my old experiment is still noticed by someone around the world.
Thanks for your feedback French guy! I can't promise for a short-term fix, but I'd like to do it in the firstname.lastname@example.org
No pain, no log record...
I've had my 3 minutes of Emacs celebrity time: I'm in the Emacs Git log! :-)
All in all, the whole process of reporting a bug and crafting your patch for Emacs is a (somewhat bureaucratic but) highly educational email@example.com
The emacs-software-bin is growing!
My interest in Emacs, Org mode and Babel is growing day by day, and so does my elisp repository the-emacs-software-bin.
Have a look at README.org for the list of published scripts up to now. More are on the way!
New LISP and Emacs scripts/snippets from The Software Bin at GitHub!
Two new repositories are available at my GitHub page, hope you firstname.lastname@example.org
The Software Bin meets GitHub!
Looks like the right moment for open source development has eventually arrived :) ... a GitHub account for The Software Bin has been opened; it will host some sources of software creations, projects and experiments.
At the moment there's just a couple of things, but in the (hopefully near) future I could add more stuff there, so stay email@example.com