I noticed for the first time this morning that the buttons on the left and right of the screen are to move forward through the book. I'd previously assumed they were for moving backward and forward through the book.
I plugged the device into my laptop and copied a PDF (printed from Pocket) to the documents folder. This showed up on the homescreen and I was able to read it.
I changed the email address for my device to something more friendly and emailed a PDF (printed from Pocket) to it. It showed up on the homescreen of my Kindle in no time. And shows up in "My Content" at Amazon.com.
ubuntu@ip-172-30-0-184:~/asset-manager$ ab -n1000 "http://asset-manager.ec2.gov.uk/media/597a14f18456ae0dfd5ad8b8/1MB.dat" This is ApacheBench, Version 2.3 <$Revision: 1528965 $> Copyright 1996 Adam Twiss, Zeus Technology Ltd, http://www.zeustech.net/ Licensed to The Apache Software Foundation, http://www.apache.org/ Benchmarking asset-manager.ec2.gov.uk (be patient) Completed 100 requests Completed 200 requests Completed 300 requests
"Moving" files between Google Drive accounts
The way to do it seems to be to share the files from the source account to the destination account, copy the files in the destination account and then remove the files from the source account.
Sharing the files with the destination account and then removing them from the source account results in them being removed from the destination account.
Sharing the files with the destination account, adding them to My Drive in the destination account and then removing them from the source account results in them being removed from the destination account.
Using IFTTT to handle future and recurring tasks
Store the tasks in our "GFR Tasks" Google calendar.
- Relatively fine grained control over dates of tasks (e.g. second Wednesday of each month)
IFTTT applet turns these events into cards in Trello
- Our applets
- "If any event starts on GFR Tasks, then create a card in - Go Free Range board"
- Fires 15 minutes before the start date of a task, i.e. 23:45 for all day tasks
Reviewing Pull Requests
This was the habit I got into when working on Smart Answers. I'm aware that there have been some changes to the PR process since I last used it so it's possible I'd do things differently next time.
- Read the description and comments on the Pull Request
For example, my [PR 269 in the Mocha project][mocha-pr-269].
- Create a worktree for the remote branch