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Archive for July 6th, 2018

Online markup conversion from markdown to mediawiki: pandoc

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/07/06

Since Mediawiki needs an extension to display Markdown, and many MediaWiki installations do not have that extension, I was looking for an online conversion from markdown to MediaWiki markup.

Luckily the Pandoc try has this conversion: [WayBack] Try pandoc! Markdown(pandoc) -> MediaWiki

These links helped me get there:

–jeroen

Posted in *nix, *nix-tools, Development, Lightweight markup language, MarkDown, MediaWiki, pandoc document converter, Power User, Software Development | Leave a Comment »

LEGO Macintosh classic with Wi-Fi and e‑paper display running docker

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/07/06

A Wi-Fi enabled 1990 Macintosh Classic built with LEGO, powered by a Raspberry Pi Zero running docker and a 2.7″ e-paper display by EmbeddedArtists.

Cool stuff!

Source: [Archive.isLEGO Macintosh classic with Wi-Fi and e‑paper display running docker

Via: [WayBack] This guy built a (kind of) working Lego Macintosh, and now you can too … | 9to5Mac

This should run well with a Classic Color Macintosh System 7 emulated on Raspberry Pi: [WayBack] On this tutorial I show you how to run Mac II OS color on your Raspberry PI, I have also included a compiled version for Windows. Running Mac OS 7 on Raspberry Pi with Color – Novaspirit

via:

ROM images: [WayBackIndex of /pub/software/ROM/Macintosh 68K

–jeroen

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Posted in Apple, Classic Macintosh, Development, Hardware Development, History, Macintosh SE/30, Power User, Raspberry Pi | Leave a Comment »

Raspberry Pi zero W notes

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/07/06

Launch dates:

Now you only need a memory card and a camera module to make a nice “CCTV” system with plenty of choice. More details here:

Depending on what and when you record video, you might want to consider an IR capable camera. In Raspberry Pi land, they call them NOIR (which stands for No IR, meaning they leave out the IR filter which means they can record IR).

–jeroen

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