I will be one of the 1200 geeks in Paris to attend the first edition of the famous Devoxx conference in France. I will try to give feedback here on the keynotes I attend throughout the 3 days of this conference. Stay tuned…
Trello is a really nice application to manage about everything you want. The GUI is really cool and simple to use, we are actually testing it in my company and we have a very good first feeling. If you want to discover more, don’t hesitate to watch the presentation video and give it a try at Trello website.
Trello provides a very nice notification system, instead of spamming you with mail everytimes something happens, it detects your activity on the site and sends you mail only when you’re offline / idle. The only thing I miss is the hability to see if I have missed notification in my pinned tab. I remembered of a good userscript for GMail allowing to display the number of unread emails. As I have no experience in GreaseMonkey scripts, I used the previous one as a learning base and did a script allowing to see the number of missed notification (from 1 to 9, and displaying a + if it exceeds 9).
You can see it in action in the blog post picture next to GMail pinned tab in Chrome.
I am trying to revive this blog from a long period of sleep. Let’s start today with a little Java trick I made to have a working TinyMCE implementation using Wicket (tested over 1.4.9 and 1.4.13 in my case but I think it should work for any 1.4.x at least, please report successful attempts under other releases).
An implementation of TinyMCE for Wicket exists, it’ll be the first result you get when you ask your old pal G***** a hand. But, this implementation is a bit tricky to find (outdated links everywhere) and not feature complete (or not fully complete), as I explain in the read more part…