[[bbdb://aadisht][aadisht khanna]] (March 21, 2003, 0) - Aadisht, you are for some inexplicable reason the top search query that leads to my site, according to http://richip.dhs.org/usage/usage_200303.html . Most strange.
BBDB: Filtering by Mail Alias (February 16, 2008, 0) - You can use “a” (bbdb-add-or-remove-mail-alias) in BBDB buffers to add a mail alias to the current entry, or “* a” to add a mail alias to all displayed entries. I use mail aliases to tag or categorize my contacts (example: emacs, writing, etc.). The following functions can make it easy for you to filter displayed
CookOrDie spreads! (June 27, 2004, 0) -
I started to follow your example: I document my more daring cooking
adventures on my blog:
http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/utis/2004-06-26 Scroll down to
“Cooking”. Would it be o.k. for you, if I am going to change the
category’s name to “CookOrDie”?
Maybe we should start a group blog, open to all who treat cooking as
an adventure. (Probably focusing on 1-2 cooking, or with
Drupal staging and deployment tips: It’s all code (April 23, 2009, 21) - As I talk to more and more developers about practices for working with Drupal, I get the idea that the staging and deployment process adopted by my team isn’t widespread.
Many developers make their changes directly through the web-based interface of a testing server, or even on the production site itself. I think that’s both