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This is just a boring page for the odd bit of useful stuff. Insanity may be provided on request.
A freelance technical consultant and author by profession, I am a kind of perpetual Linux n00b. Decades of experience have unearthed phobias for vi, emacs, grep, sed, awk, even cat. I can just about cope with telnet, ls, mkdir, rm, ftp and the like, but I prefer Gedit and ROX cos I don't have to keep looking up all those extensions and switches I can never remember (nothing to do with WYSIWYG, apart maybe from drag-and-drop, just that the world of extensions and switches is so horribly inconsistent).
Website: steelpillow.com (http://www.steelpillow.com/index.html).
Other main interests:
- Polyhedra (http://www.steelpillow.com/polyhedra/index.htm).
- Philosophy - especially of self, science and religion.
- Headache prevention (sigh) - especially diet, physical therapies and accupuncture.
Panscript is a proposed language for web/document authoring. One language for creating, processing and delivering page content, whether on the web or in printed documents or, hopefully, other access media such as speech synthesis and Braille.
Pangraph is a proposed vector graphics language suited to hand-coding and for parsing to svg by a wiki server.
I'm sketching out the basics without reference to the present panscript syntax. The idea is to then compare the two syntaxes and pick the best features of both.
- User:Guy/Test1 General page for trying out stuff.
LXF Wiki - current issues
Workaround: add the category as well as the template.
Also, go to Template:Brokenimage and click What links here.
Um. Why does the LXF Wiki namespace show up in the All pages list, but the LXFWiki namespace does not?