This is a simple program to convert a normal .srt subtitle file that can't be played with a SBS/TB 3D movie, to a .ass file that can be played with a 3D movie.
Check the project page for more info.
The main idea was: it should be possible the a simple button could be transformed into a combobox the vice-versa, when needed. And should be customizable of course.
Having been on a quest to find a good place online to hold the code of all my projects. The thing is that I have some private projects, some public projects without source code available and open source projects, so I wanted to be able to store public and private repos of my code. I mainly use git for my repositories so, it had to support it too.
Found BitBucket that has support for unlimited private and public repos so this was a good choice and decided to investigate it. Upon opening an account an trying to configure a new repo, I was astonished with two little features that made my mind (and my code :) ) move to BitBucket :
Those two features, adding to the ability to create unlimited private and public repos, made me move all my code to BitBucket .
If you're looking for a code hosting provider with this features, don't look around anymore, just use BitBucket .
Hey guys! New year, new interface on the site :)
I moved from a private installation of Drupal to a site on Google Sites. It's easier to maintain, and it has good customization options allowing me to do almost anything!
It really is a nice platform to have a not-so-complicated-site-about-ourselfs-or-our-company :)
Hope you enjoy the facelift, and Happy New Year!
My wife does some toys and decorations made on a technique called "Biscuit". She has a site (Miminhos da Kau) where she shows her work (sorry english speakers, just use Google Translate to read the site).
One of this days I asked her to make me an Android :) Here's the result:
It's been asked *a lot* of times on the android-building mailing list a way to browse the AOSP (Android Open Source Project) code without having to download all the 7GB of it (?!?! :P)
So, I decided to make this happen creating a AOSP mirror and a GitWeb server on top of it. The mirror is syncable just like the official one is (http://source.android.com/source/downloading.html), just replace android.googlesource.com with android.git.r3pek.org, plus just head over to http://android.git.r3pek.org and you'll have a full GitWeb interface to AOSP repos.
I sync the mirror once a day with the official one.
Hope someone finds it helpful.
PS: Be gentle with it ;)