GitHub labels – default color palette
As of 09/2020, GitHub uses this color palette for labels:
Here are the hex codes:
My Synology DS218+ runs with a single SSD disk that has an operating temperature range of 0–70 °C, which is common for SSDs. Synology, however, has a default shutdown temperature of 61 °C, probably due to HDDs and some lazy programming.
I'm a very light user of NAS – all I want is a network attached storage and silence. My DS218+ has one 2 TB SSD disk in it and I've changed the system fan for a quieter / slower one.
Everything runs fine but about once in a month, I get this notification:
[Synology DS218+]Synology shut down due to disk overheating.
Quick research and comparison.
Notes from May 2019, slightly updated in July 2020:
(Note: this is a rough draft of a blog post I'd like to publish to https://versionpress.com/blog.)
Local by Flywheel is a great way to run WordPress sites locally. Here is how you can experiment with VersionPress using this tool.
(Note: You'll be able to try change tracking, undo, restore and other features of VersionPress but not its cloning and merging features which require two environments to work with.)
First, create a new site in Local. I'd also recommend enabling HTTPS for good measure (modern browsers will be happier). Local makes this super-easy, just click the Trust button on the SSL tab and update the site's URL (I prefer to do that via WP-CLI, open the SSH session as shown below and execute something like
wp search-replace --all-tables http://vp-demo.local https://vp-demo.local).
|# Finder: show full path in title|
|defaults write com.apple.finder _FXShowPosixPathInTitle -bool true|
|# Finder: show all filename extensions|
|defaults write NSGlobalDomain AppleShowAllExtensions -bool true|
|# Finder: show status bar|
|defaults write com.apple.finder ShowStatusBar -bool true|
|# Finder: allow text selection in Quick Look|
In my experience, the biggest practical hurdle when running a mix of native and MSYS2 programs is related to tty / pty. I wish I understood perfectly what is going on but at least I think I can explain the problem and what are the options. When I learn more, I'll be happy to update this post.
When you run a shell of your choice like
zsh.exe, you have three main options:
UPDATE 07/2018: I switched from Git Bash to MSYS2 recently which should be very similar, if not the same, but there some subtle differences which made me realize this is more tricky than I thought and that I don't 100% understand what is going on. If someone can help, please let me know in the comments.
docker in MSYS2 shell or Git Bash typically fails with complains about paths, for example: