Category Archives: plugin

toolbox: webdev unicorns: servers (2/4)

Servers This is kind of a big topic because several components are so interconnected. Exposing Code to the Web I like cherrypy’s approach of navigating an object hierarchy slightly better than django’s approach of evaluating a list of regular expressions. The problem, of course, is how to deal with URIs that are illegal python symbols, […]

idea: todo: publish to __ plugin

A plugin or bookmarklet or greasemonkey script that takes the highlighted text and creates a blog entry for you (hAtom formatted, of course). It can automatically save it as a draft, not necessarily actually publish. It also facilitates editing your post while browsing. Does flock do this? A google notebook type of interface would be […]

idea: todo: plugin that connects with asterisk

Imagine a greasemonkey script, or even a browser plugin, or hyperscope, or tabulator, or even a google homepage gagdet that allows you to make phone calls effortlessly by connecting to an asterisk server you have access to. This would need a slick contact database/auto completion to work well. Very doable though.

delicious plugin

the delicious plugin should work the same was as google notebook. google notebook is a better way to save bookmarks. Both should integrate flawlessly with things like tiddlywiki. This is one of the things the web api idea makes easy to do. The Web’s a big place, don’t assume you can provide the best interface.