June 10, 2014
I'm starting to work with our smart data center project. I stumbled around looking for a recipie and came up with this basic list of instructions for getting a LAMP stack on a sdc:sdc:base64:13.1.0 image.
Dad passed away this past Saturday, February 22 at 10:44.
I'd been taking care of him these past few years. I was with him when he passed.
The past few years had been hard. He'd been getting weaker and his cognition worse. But we found some fun to have this past year.
In early summer, I took a week off and loaded him in the truck each day. We went to my office BBQ out at DeLavega, ate some Betty burgers, checked the surf and drove through the neigborhoods he knew as a boy.
Tom McMillan, much loved husband, father, brother and 6th grade teacher passed away on Saturday, February 22, 2014.
Tom was born to Ross and Shirley McMillan at the Old Sister’s hospital (now a parking lot across from Dream Inn) in November of 1934. He was the oldest of three with 2 younger sisters, Nancy and Mary. Tom enjoyed Scouts and as a young boy he loved the freedom he found in Santa Cruz where could ride his bike all around town and fish off the wharf at night.
I got turned on to Yeoman back at the Modern Mobile Conference back in September.
In October, I started working with Yeoman to build up a small mobile Bootstrap based site of a dozen pages or so. My objective is to use a team of students to help with development, keep the app as browser-based and make it work on mobile devices.
The plan is to integrate some simple features. These include:
Here's some notes on how this project is progressing.
I started with the TileMill support docs (Crash Course and Guides) to get my basic info and configurations. This is some of the best support documentation I've seen. Well written in a step-by-step approach. Admittedly, I need to re-read some sections until it sunk in, but after seeing some demo's by @springmeyer and @ian_villeda at SOTMUS, it started to become more clear.
After attending the State of the Map (SOTMUS) conference last week, I started working on a project I had been thinking about for some time. I'd been particularly interested in figuring out how to use TileMill to style or override data coming from OpenStreetMap. Beyond that, I've been trying to figure out how all the different components would fit together. I should note that I'm not a cartographer, I'm just into mapping and the technology.
Back in September, I attended the UCLA Mobile Web Framework conference. This was a group of about 100 UC and CSU folks gathered for two days to talk about the MWF and its direction.
I was thinking about what I could might be able to offer as a talk at the upcoming BADCamp. It got me thinking about my current Drupal portfolio which currently includes: