Recently I had the requirement to supply a mailserver with DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) based on Postfix in a Debian style Linux. I did this as described in the following documentation.
Yesterday I attended the “Ride of Silence” in Berlin for the first time. The sad reason for this event was to remember the 17 cyclists who died in the traffic last year in Berlin.
Periodical now uses the “AppCompat” package for older devices, so there will be an action bar as well.
An animation by Steve Cutts:
If you wonder, where all the recent XMPP spam comes from, read this article:
A while ago I started to experiment with Google Cardboard and noticed a strange problem with my Sony Xperia Z3 Compact: as soon as you connect a headphone the view will jump back to the initial position in some Cardboard applications. This problem is also documented at Github and seems to be specific for the Unity SDK for Cardboard. A solution is not available yet even beginning of 2017. But these effects do not occur when using a Bluetooth headset.
This has basically fulfilled its purpose, but was rather uncomfortable during longer sessions due to its shape, since it rests only on the ears and does not enclose them. As a better alternative, I bought a Pioneer SE-MS7BT in the black version, which combines classic design elements with modern technology. In addition to the black version, there are also other versions with silver earcups or brown upholstery.
Autumn and winter in Berlin…
I’ve been living nearly nine months in this city now and I will soon have experienced all seasons here. It was certainly a good decision to move here in spring and not in winter – because this can be quite uncomfortable in Berlin. The group Seeed expressed this quite spot on in their song “Dickes B”: “Dickes B, home an der Spree, im Sommer tust Du gut und im Winter tut’s weh.” (fat B, home at the Spree, in summer you’re good and in winter it hurts).
In remembrance of Sir Terry Pratchett this website now also sends a Clacks overhead in its HTTP header.
Also see http://www.gnuterrypratchett.com.
Today Periodical 0.30 was published. Changes included:
- You can change the length of the luteal phase if it does not match the standard value of 14 days.
- In Android 6 or later the required permission for data backup is requested if needed.
- The wrong sort order in the list view with the calendar entries was fixed.