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Why I started loving Archlinux

4 minute read

We like simplicity. We like everything new. It's been some years since I switched completely to GNU/Linux. I always wondered at its stability, security, feat...

BSNL

Easy Clarity - Connect Easily!

less than 1 minute read

'Disconnection' is a routine process in dial up internet. Here is an C++ snippet which dials BSNL WLL Clarity without asking for password again and again. It...

How to connect BSNL Clarity in ubuntu 9.04 ?

less than 1 minute read

Though we have many tools to connect BSNL Clarity in Linux Systems, unfortunately they don't work in ubuntu 9.04 and in other lastest OS'. Here, i will expla...

C++

Anagram Solver in C

less than 1 minute read

Hi, Here's a small anagram solver written in C. It works based on generating permutations of given string and comparing them using a dictionary. For fast sea...

C program to extract email IDs from a file

less than 1 minute read

Here's a small program to extract email IDs from an input file. It could have done using regex (in Python or  in any other high level language), but doing it...

A sudoku checking program in C :)

1 minute read

It just started when my younger bro, Shafeeq who reads hacker news everyday, found a little interesting blog post. It was about the authors experience in app...

A simple square pattern in C++

less than 1 minute read

Here's a small C++ program which outputs a square pattern according to the size entered. Code is given below : [sourcecode language="cpp" light="true"] /* * ...

Configure Gmail in Mutt easily!

less than 1 minute read

It's always wonderful to play with terminal. Last week, I tried to configure my Gmail account in mutt, a powerful console based mail client, using this tutor...

Salt Analysis Simulator V1.0 - Released!

1 minute read

For the past few weeks, I have been coding to bring out a program to do salt analysis lab work virtually. We have salt Analysis as a part of plus two academi...

The pleasure of solving!

1 minute read

It's been a quite long since I blogged something :) May be a writer's block* (*acronym for pure laziness,here);) Well, Last Saturday, I went to dxmk9 program...

C++ Program to tweet

less than 1 minute read

It's very interesting to play with C++ and if it is in GNU/Linux, lots of tools like 'wget', 'grep',etc. are there to help us in time. Here is a simple C++ s...

Easy Clarity - Connect Easily!

less than 1 minute read

'Disconnection' is a routine process in dial up internet. Here is an C++ snippet which dials BSNL WLL Clarity without asking for password again and again. It...

Checknet V1.0 Alpha (GNU/Linux only)

less than 1 minute read

Checknet is an application developed for slow Internet connection(especially Dial-up) users who likes to turn off monitor while downloading some files from t...

e-FLAMES Beta now in GNU/Linux :)

1 minute read

Hello friends, I'm glad to present the Beta version of e-FLAMES for GNU/Linux before you. Thanks to Jesse, for his valuable header file with  getch() functio...

“e-FLAMES” - my latest C++ project

1 minute read

Hello friends, I'm back with a new C++ project "e-FLAMES".  Please don't expect more, i have just started with C++ (forgot to tell you, I'm studying in +1 CS...

Connect

Connect TATA Docomo Internet in Ubuntu 9.04

less than 1 minute read

It's wonderful to see people browsing in their mobile phones at work places and while they travel. Many Telecom companies provide cheap GPRS / EDGE based int...

Cryptography

Distro

Why I started loving Archlinux

4 minute read

We like simplicity. We like everything new. It's been some years since I switched completely to GNU/Linux. I always wondered at its stability, security, feat...

Experiments

Anagram Solver in C

less than 1 minute read

Hi, Here's a small anagram solver written in C. It works based on generating permutations of given string and comparing them using a dictionary. For fast sea...

A small and simple note taking app

less than 1 minute read

Wrote a small python script that can be used with your favorite text editor as a simple note taking application. Hope you like it, suggestions are always wel...

C program to extract email IDs from a file

less than 1 minute read

Here's a small program to extract email IDs from an input file. It could have done using regex (in Python or  in any other high level language), but doing it...

Setting up a Debian repo in LAN

1 minute read

It was really a nice experience going to MES College Of Engineering, Kuttippuram last week to attend Debian Mini Conf 2011. Met friends, made new friendships...

A sudoku checking program in C :)

1 minute read

It just started when my younger bro, Shafeeq who reads hacker news everyday, found a little interesting blog post. It was about the authors experience in app...

The little twitter client I use :)

less than 1 minute read

Here's a small python script to update and read tweets from different timelines. You can use it with head/tail commands to customize the output. Actually, I...

Python Script to backup tweets

1 minute read

It was some conversations in Twitter with @aashiks and @geohacker that made me write this script. The conversation goes like this: geohacker : What is the b...

The pleasure of solving!

1 minute read

It's been a quite long since I blogged something :) May be a writer's block* (*acronym for pure laziness,here);) Well, Last Saturday, I went to dxmk9 program...

C++ Program to tweet

less than 1 minute read

It's very interesting to play with C++ and if it is in GNU/Linux, lots of tools like 'wget', 'grep',etc. are there to help us in time. Here is a simple C++ s...

Easy Clarity - Connect Easily!

less than 1 minute read

'Disconnection' is a routine process in dial up internet. Here is an C++ snippet which dials BSNL WLL Clarity without asking for password again and again. It...

How to connect BSNL Clarity in ubuntu 9.04 ?

less than 1 minute read

Though we have many tools to connect BSNL Clarity in Linux Systems, unfortunately they don't work in ubuntu 9.04 and in other lastest OS'. Here, i will expla...

Checknet V1.0 Alpha (GNU/Linux only)

less than 1 minute read

Checknet is an application developed for slow Internet connection(especially Dial-up) users who likes to turn off monitor while downloading some files from t...

Fedora

GNU

Why I started loving Archlinux

4 minute read

We like simplicity. We like everything new. It's been some years since I switched completely to GNU/Linux. I always wondered at its stability, security, feat...

Salt Analysis Simulator V1.0 - Released!

1 minute read

For the past few weeks, I have been coding to bring out a program to do salt analysis lab work virtually. We have salt Analysis as a part of plus two academi...

C++ Program to tweet

less than 1 minute read

It's very interesting to play with C++ and if it is in GNU/Linux, lots of tools like 'wget', 'grep',etc. are there to help us in time. Here is a simple C++ s...

Easy Clarity - Connect Easily!

less than 1 minute read

'Disconnection' is a routine process in dial up internet. Here is an C++ snippet which dials BSNL WLL Clarity without asking for password again and again. It...

GPL

Anagram Solver in C

less than 1 minute read

Hi, Here's a small anagram solver written in C. It works based on generating permutations of given string and comparing them using a dictionary. For fast sea...

C program to extract email IDs from a file

less than 1 minute read

Here's a small program to extract email IDs from an input file. It could have done using regex (in Python or  in any other high level language), but doing it...

C++ Program to tweet

less than 1 minute read

It's very interesting to play with C++ and if it is in GNU/Linux, lots of tools like 'wget', 'grep',etc. are there to help us in time. Here is a simple C++ s...

Easy Clarity - Connect Easily!

less than 1 minute read

'Disconnection' is a routine process in dial up internet. Here is an C++ snippet which dials BSNL WLL Clarity without asking for password again and again. It...

Checknet V1.0 Alpha (GNU/Linux only)

less than 1 minute read

Checknet is an application developed for slow Internet connection(especially Dial-up) users who likes to turn off monitor while downloading some files from t...

e-FLAMES Beta now in GNU/Linux :)

1 minute read

Hello friends, I'm glad to present the Beta version of e-FLAMES for GNU/Linux before you. Thanks to Jesse, for his valuable header file with  getch() functio...

How to

Setting up a Debian repo in LAN

1 minute read

It was really a nice experience going to MES College Of Engineering, Kuttippuram last week to attend Debian Mini Conf 2011. Met friends, made new friendships...

Internet

The little twitter client I use :)

less than 1 minute read

Here's a small python script to update and read tweets from different timelines. You can use it with head/tail commands to customize the output. Actually, I...

Connect TATA Docomo Internet in Ubuntu 9.04

less than 1 minute read

It's wonderful to see people browsing in their mobile phones at work places and while they travel. Many Telecom companies provide cheap GPRS / EDGE based int...

Malayalam

Memories

Tathva memories @ NITC

less than 1 minute read

".. I'm leaving this campus today. I will miss the late-night hangouts with Kartik and Pankaj.. I will miss the stay in Kartik's room with Arjun and Rohit (I...

Network

Setting up a Debian repo in LAN

1 minute read

It was really a nice experience going to MES College Of Engineering, Kuttippuram last week to attend Debian Mini Conf 2011. Met friends, made new friendships...

Connect TATA Docomo Internet in Ubuntu 9.04

less than 1 minute read

It's wonderful to see people browsing in their mobile phones at work places and while they travel. Many Telecom companies provide cheap GPRS / EDGE based int...

Operating System

Why I started loving Archlinux

4 minute read

We like simplicity. We like everything new. It's been some years since I switched completely to GNU/Linux. I always wondered at its stability, security, feat...

Programming

GSoC 2013: Week 10 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last week I've been working on admin review feature to incorporate the new changes happened in the user end. With the addition of in-place editing feature, ...

GSoC 2013: Week 9 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

In Week 9, I rewrote the complete crowdsourcing functionality of Grandham from a submission based approach to micro-edits based approach. Earlier we used to ...

GSoC 2013: Week 8 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last weekly I mainly worked on Search feature and admin interfaces. Here's a quick review: Experimented with various search engines like Sphinx, Ferret, etc...

GSoC 2013: Week 7 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

I couldn't post the weekly updates regularly for the last two times since I was kept more busy than I had expected and the festive holiday that came in betwe...

GSoC 2013: Week 6 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

This week I've been mostly fixing bugs, refactoring code and building admin features. Grandham has built in checks to avoid duplication in Authors/Publishers...

GSoC 2013: Week 5 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last week, I implemented different parts of the application including the basics of user authorization. Also did a work on refactoring the code base, our tes...

GSoC 2013: Week 2 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Week 2 of Grandham was filled with more architecture decisions and implementations. Solving the versioning problem It's quite essential to store different us...

GSoC 2013: Week 1 of Grandham project

1 minute read

The first week of development which started on 17th of June essentially comprises requirement analysis, planning and API implementation. Requirement Analysis...

GSoC 2013: Updates on Grandham project

1 minute read

A couple of weeks before, We (Anivar, Manoj and me) had a meetup with Sri K. H. Hussain who is a pioneer in library science. He has worked in many projects i...

Anagram Solver in C

less than 1 minute read

Hi, Here's a small anagram solver written in C. It works based on generating permutations of given string and comparing them using a dictionary. For fast sea...

A small and simple note taking app

less than 1 minute read

Wrote a small python script that can be used with your favorite text editor as a simple note taking application. Hope you like it, suggestions are always wel...

C program to extract email IDs from a file

less than 1 minute read

Here's a small program to extract email IDs from an input file. It could have done using regex (in Python or  in any other high level language), but doing it...

A sudoku checking program in C :)

1 minute read

It just started when my younger bro, Shafeeq who reads hacker news everyday, found a little interesting blog post. It was about the authors experience in app...

The little twitter client I use :)

less than 1 minute read

Here's a small python script to update and read tweets from different timelines. You can use it with head/tail commands to customize the output. Actually, I...

A simple square pattern in C++

less than 1 minute read

Here's a small C++ program which outputs a square pattern according to the size entered. Code is given below : [sourcecode language="cpp" light="true"] /* * ...

Python Script to backup tweets

1 minute read

It was some conversations in Twitter with @aashiks and @geohacker that made me write this script. The conversation goes like this: geohacker : What is the b...

Configure Gmail in Mutt easily!

less than 1 minute read

It's always wonderful to play with terminal. Last week, I tried to configure my Gmail account in mutt, a powerful console based mail client, using this tutor...

Salt Analysis Simulator V1.0 - Released!

1 minute read

For the past few weeks, I have been coding to bring out a program to do salt analysis lab work virtually. We have salt Analysis as a part of plus two academi...

The pleasure of solving!

1 minute read

It's been a quite long since I blogged something :) May be a writer's block* (*acronym for pure laziness,here);) Well, Last Saturday, I went to dxmk9 program...

C++ Program to tweet

less than 1 minute read

It's very interesting to play with C++ and if it is in GNU/Linux, lots of tools like 'wget', 'grep',etc. are there to help us in time. Here is a simple C++ s...

Easy Clarity - Connect Easily!

less than 1 minute read

'Disconnection' is a routine process in dial up internet. Here is an C++ snippet which dials BSNL WLL Clarity without asking for password again and again. It...

Checknet V1.0 Alpha (GNU/Linux only)

less than 1 minute read

Checknet is an application developed for slow Internet connection(especially Dial-up) users who likes to turn off monitor while downloading some files from t...

e-FLAMES Beta now in GNU/Linux :)

1 minute read

Hello friends, I'm glad to present the Beta version of e-FLAMES for GNU/Linux before you. Thanks to Jesse, for his valuable header file with  getch() functio...

“e-FLAMES” - my latest C++ project

1 minute read

Hello friends, I'm back with a new C++ project "e-FLAMES".  Please don't expect more, i have just started with C++ (forgot to tell you, I'm studying in +1 CS...

Rails

RubyonRails

GSoC 2013: Week 10 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last week I've been working on admin review feature to incorporate the new changes happened in the user end. With the addition of in-place editing feature, ...

GSoC 2013: Week 9 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

In Week 9, I rewrote the complete crowdsourcing functionality of Grandham from a submission based approach to micro-edits based approach. Earlier we used to ...

GSoC 2013: Week 8 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last weekly I mainly worked on Search feature and admin interfaces. Here's a quick review: Experimented with various search engines like Sphinx, Ferret, etc...

GSoC 2013: Week 7 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

I couldn't post the weekly updates regularly for the last two times since I was kept more busy than I had expected and the festive holiday that came in betwe...

GSoC 2013: Week 6 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

This week I've been mostly fixing bugs, refactoring code and building admin features. Grandham has built in checks to avoid duplication in Authors/Publishers...

GSoC 2013: Week 5 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last week, I implemented different parts of the application including the basics of user authorization. Also did a work on refactoring the code base, our tes...

GSoC 2013: Week 4 of Grandham project

1 minute read

Last week, I worked on edit book feature and design mockups. Edit book feature As you know from previous posts, we have Submission model to store every contr...

GSoC 2013: Week 3 of Grandham project

1 minute read

In Week 3, I was mostly designing routes and developing the submission interface for Grandham. Submission Interface Grandham should have two interfaces for ...

GSoC 2013: Week 2 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Week 2 of Grandham was filled with more architecture decisions and implementations. Solving the versioning problem It's quite essential to store different us...

GSoC 2013: Week 1 of Grandham project

1 minute read

The first week of development which started on 17th of June essentially comprises requirement analysis, planning and API implementation. Requirement Analysis...

GSoC 2013: Updates on Grandham project

1 minute read

A couple of weeks before, We (Anivar, Manoj and me) had a meetup with Sri K. H. Hussain who is a pioneer in library science. He has worked in many projects i...

Hello Google Summer of Code 2013

less than 1 minute read

This summer I'm contributing to Swathanthra Malayalam Computing through Google Summer of Code 2013 by developing an application called Grandham, a bibliograp...

Server

Source Code

GSoC 2013: Week 10 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last week I've been working on admin review feature to incorporate the new changes happened in the user end. With the addition of in-place editing feature, ...

GSoC 2013: Week 9 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

In Week 9, I rewrote the complete crowdsourcing functionality of Grandham from a submission based approach to micro-edits based approach. Earlier we used to ...

GSoC 2013: Week 8 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last weekly I mainly worked on Search feature and admin interfaces. Here's a quick review: Experimented with various search engines like Sphinx, Ferret, etc...

GSoC 2013: Week 7 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

I couldn't post the weekly updates regularly for the last two times since I was kept more busy than I had expected and the festive holiday that came in betwe...

GSoC 2013: Week 6 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

This week I've been mostly fixing bugs, refactoring code and building admin features. Grandham has built in checks to avoid duplication in Authors/Publishers...

GSoC 2013: Week 4 of Grandham project

1 minute read

Last week, I worked on edit book feature and design mockups. Edit book feature As you know from previous posts, we have Submission model to store every contr...

GSoC 2013: Week 3 of Grandham project

1 minute read

In Week 3, I was mostly designing routes and developing the submission interface for Grandham. Submission Interface Grandham should have two interfaces for ...

GSoC 2013: Week 2 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Week 2 of Grandham was filled with more architecture decisions and implementations. Solving the versioning problem It's quite essential to store different us...

GSoC 2013: Week 1 of Grandham project

1 minute read

The first week of development which started on 17th of June essentially comprises requirement analysis, planning and API implementation. Requirement Analysis...

GSoC 2013: Updates on Grandham project

1 minute read

A couple of weeks before, We (Anivar, Manoj and me) had a meetup with Sri K. H. Hussain who is a pioneer in library science. He has worked in many projects i...

Hello Google Summer of Code 2013

less than 1 minute read

This summer I'm contributing to Swathanthra Malayalam Computing through Google Summer of Code 2013 by developing an application called Grandham, a bibliograp...

Anagram Solver in C

less than 1 minute read

Hi, Here's a small anagram solver written in C. It works based on generating permutations of given string and comparing them using a dictionary. For fast sea...

A small and simple note taking app

less than 1 minute read

Wrote a small python script that can be used with your favorite text editor as a simple note taking application. Hope you like it, suggestions are always wel...

C program to extract email IDs from a file

less than 1 minute read

Here's a small program to extract email IDs from an input file. It could have done using regex (in Python or  in any other high level language), but doing it...

A sudoku checking program in C :)

1 minute read

It just started when my younger bro, Shafeeq who reads hacker news everyday, found a little interesting blog post. It was about the authors experience in app...

The little twitter client I use :)

less than 1 minute read

Here's a small python script to update and read tweets from different timelines. You can use it with head/tail commands to customize the output. Actually, I...

A simple square pattern in C++

less than 1 minute read

Here's a small C++ program which outputs a square pattern according to the size entered. Code is given below : [sourcecode language="cpp" light="true"] /* * ...

Python Script to backup tweets

1 minute read

It was some conversations in Twitter with @aashiks and @geohacker that made me write this script. The conversation goes like this: geohacker : What is the b...

Configure Gmail in Mutt easily!

less than 1 minute read

It's always wonderful to play with terminal. Last week, I tried to configure my Gmail account in mutt, a powerful console based mail client, using this tutor...

Salt Analysis Simulator V1.0 - Released!

1 minute read

For the past few weeks, I have been coding to bring out a program to do salt analysis lab work virtually. We have salt Analysis as a part of plus two academi...

The pleasure of solving!

1 minute read

It's been a quite long since I blogged something :) May be a writer's block* (*acronym for pure laziness,here);) Well, Last Saturday, I went to dxmk9 program...

C++ Program to tweet

less than 1 minute read

It's very interesting to play with C++ and if it is in GNU/Linux, lots of tools like 'wget', 'grep',etc. are there to help us in time. Here is a simple C++ s...

Easy Clarity - Connect Easily!

less than 1 minute read

'Disconnection' is a routine process in dial up internet. Here is an C++ snippet which dials BSNL WLL Clarity without asking for password again and again. It...

Checknet V1.0 Alpha (GNU/Linux only)

less than 1 minute read

Checknet is an application developed for slow Internet connection(especially Dial-up) users who likes to turn off monitor while downloading some files from t...

e-FLAMES Beta now in GNU/Linux :)

1 minute read

Hello friends, I'm glad to present the Beta version of e-FLAMES for GNU/Linux before you. Thanks to Jesse, for his valuable header file with  getch() functio...

“e-FLAMES” - my latest C++ project

1 minute read

Hello friends, I'm back with a new C++ project "e-FLAMES".  Please don't expect more, i have just started with C++ (forgot to tell you, I'm studying in +1 CS...

Tips

Setting up a Debian repo in LAN

1 minute read

It was really a nice experience going to MES College Of Engineering, Kuttippuram last week to attend Debian Mini Conf 2011. Met friends, made new friendships...

How to connect BSNL Clarity in ubuntu 9.04 ?

less than 1 minute read

Though we have many tools to connect BSNL Clarity in Linux Systems, unfortunately they don't work in ubuntu 9.04 and in other lastest OS'. Here, i will expla...

Ubuntu

Connect TATA Docomo Internet in Ubuntu 9.04

less than 1 minute read

It's wonderful to see people browsing in their mobile phones at work places and while they travel. Many Telecom companies provide cheap GPRS / EDGE based int...

Easy Clarity - Connect Easily!

less than 1 minute read

'Disconnection' is a routine process in dial up internet. Here is an C++ snippet which dials BSNL WLL Clarity without asking for password again and again. It...

How to connect BSNL Clarity in ubuntu 9.04 ?

less than 1 minute read

Though we have many tools to connect BSNL Clarity in Linux Systems, unfortunately they don't work in ubuntu 9.04 and in other lastest OS'. Here, i will expla...

apt

computer

Configure Gmail in Mutt easily!

less than 1 minute read

It's always wonderful to play with terminal. Last week, I tried to configure my Gmail account in mutt, a powerful console based mail client, using this tutor...

Salt Analysis Simulator V1.0 - Released!

1 minute read

For the past few weeks, I have been coding to bring out a program to do salt analysis lab work virtually. We have salt Analysis as a part of plus two academi...

The pleasure of solving!

1 minute read

It's been a quite long since I blogged something :) May be a writer's block* (*acronym for pure laziness,here);) Well, Last Saturday, I went to dxmk9 program...

Easy Clarity - Connect Easily!

less than 1 minute read

'Disconnection' is a routine process in dial up internet. Here is an C++ snippet which dials BSNL WLL Clarity without asking for password again and again. It...

A journey with sabayon…

2 minute read

Think of a wonderful world where you have every basic needs without much difficulty and effort. Quite interesting??  well,  This is what sabayon explains, wh...

debian

Setting up a Debian repo in LAN

1 minute read

It was really a nice experience going to MES College Of Engineering, Kuttippuram last week to attend Debian Mini Conf 2011. Met friends, made new friendships...

development

GSoC 2013: Week 10 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last week I've been working on admin review feature to incorporate the new changes happened in the user end. With the addition of in-place editing feature, ...

GSoC 2013: Week 9 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

In Week 9, I rewrote the complete crowdsourcing functionality of Grandham from a submission based approach to micro-edits based approach. Earlier we used to ...

GSoC 2013: Week 8 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last weekly I mainly worked on Search feature and admin interfaces. Here's a quick review: Experimented with various search engines like Sphinx, Ferret, etc...

GSoC 2013: Week 7 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

I couldn't post the weekly updates regularly for the last two times since I was kept more busy than I had expected and the festive holiday that came in betwe...

GSoC 2013: Week 6 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

This week I've been mostly fixing bugs, refactoring code and building admin features. Grandham has built in checks to avoid duplication in Authors/Publishers...

GSoC 2013: Week 5 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last week, I implemented different parts of the application including the basics of user authorization. Also did a work on refactoring the code base, our tes...

GSoC 2013: Week 4 of Grandham project

1 minute read

Last week, I worked on edit book feature and design mockups. Edit book feature As you know from previous posts, we have Submission model to store every contr...

GSoC 2013: Week 3 of Grandham project

1 minute read

In Week 3, I was mostly designing routes and developing the submission interface for Grandham. Submission Interface Grandham should have two interfaces for ...

GSoC 2013: Week 2 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Week 2 of Grandham was filled with more architecture decisions and implementations. Solving the versioning problem It's quite essential to store different us...

GSoC 2013: Week 1 of Grandham project

1 minute read

The first week of development which started on 17th of June essentially comprises requirement analysis, planning and API implementation. Requirement Analysis...

GSoC 2013: Updates on Grandham project

1 minute read

A couple of weeks before, We (Anivar, Manoj and me) had a meetup with Sri K. H. Hussain who is a pioneer in library science. He has worked in many projects i...

e-FLAMES

e-FLAMES Beta now in GNU/Linux :)

1 minute read

Hello friends, I'm glad to present the Beta version of e-FLAMES for GNU/Linux before you. Thanks to Jesse, for his valuable header file with  getch() functio...

free software

GSoC 2013: Week 10 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last week I've been working on admin review feature to incorporate the new changes happened in the user end. With the addition of in-place editing feature, ...

GSoC 2013: Week 7 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

I couldn't post the weekly updates regularly for the last two times since I was kept more busy than I had expected and the festive holiday that came in betwe...

GSoC 2013: Week 6 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

This week I've been mostly fixing bugs, refactoring code and building admin features. Grandham has built in checks to avoid duplication in Authors/Publishers...

GSoC 2013: Updates on Grandham project

1 minute read

A couple of weeks before, We (Anivar, Manoj and me) had a meetup with Sri K. H. Hussain who is a pioneer in library science. He has worked in many projects i...

Hello Google Summer of Code 2013

less than 1 minute read

This summer I'm contributing to Swathanthra Malayalam Computing through Google Summer of Code 2013 by developing an application called Grandham, a bibliograp...

gem

grandham

GSoC 2013: Week 9 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

In Week 9, I rewrote the complete crowdsourcing functionality of Grandham from a submission based approach to micro-edits based approach. Earlier we used to ...

GSoC 2013: Week 8 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last weekly I mainly worked on Search feature and admin interfaces. Here's a quick review: Experimented with various search engines like Sphinx, Ferret, etc...

GSoC 2013: Week 7 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

I couldn't post the weekly updates regularly for the last two times since I was kept more busy than I had expected and the festive holiday that came in betwe...

GSoC 2013: Week 6 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

This week I've been mostly fixing bugs, refactoring code and building admin features. Grandham has built in checks to avoid duplication in Authors/Publishers...

GSoC 2013: Week 5 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last week, I implemented different parts of the application including the basics of user authorization. Also did a work on refactoring the code base, our tes...

GSoC 2013: Week 4 of Grandham project

1 minute read

Last week, I worked on edit book feature and design mockups. Edit book feature As you know from previous posts, we have Submission model to store every contr...

GSoC 2013: Week 3 of Grandham project

1 minute read

In Week 3, I was mostly designing routes and developing the submission interface for Grandham. Submission Interface Grandham should have two interfaces for ...

GSoC 2013: Week 2 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Week 2 of Grandham was filled with more architecture decisions and implementations. Solving the versioning problem It's quite essential to store different us...

GSoC 2013: Week 1 of Grandham project

1 minute read

The first week of development which started on 17th of June essentially comprises requirement analysis, planning and API implementation. Requirement Analysis...

Hello Google Summer of Code 2013

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This summer I'm contributing to Swathanthra Malayalam Computing through Google Summer of Code 2013 by developing an application called Grandham, a bibliograp...

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GSoC 2013: Week 10 of Grandham project

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Last week I've been working on admin review feature to incorporate the new changes happened in the user end. With the addition of in-place editing feature, ...

GSoC 2013: Week 9 of Grandham project

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In Week 9, I rewrote the complete crowdsourcing functionality of Grandham from a submission based approach to micro-edits based approach. Earlier we used to ...

GSoC 2013: Week 8 of Grandham project

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Last weekly I mainly worked on Search feature and admin interfaces. Here's a quick review: Experimented with various search engines like Sphinx, Ferret, etc...

GSoC 2013: Week 7 of Grandham project

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I couldn't post the weekly updates regularly for the last two times since I was kept more busy than I had expected and the festive holiday that came in betwe...

GSoC 2013: Week 6 of Grandham project

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This week I've been mostly fixing bugs, refactoring code and building admin features. Grandham has built in checks to avoid duplication in Authors/Publishers...

GSoC 2013: Week 5 of Grandham project

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Last week, I implemented different parts of the application including the basics of user authorization. Also did a work on refactoring the code base, our tes...

GSoC 2013: Week 4 of Grandham project

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Last week, I worked on edit book feature and design mockups. Edit book feature As you know from previous posts, we have Submission model to store every contr...

GSoC 2013: Week 1 of Grandham project

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The first week of development which started on 17th of June essentially comprises requirement analysis, planning and API implementation. Requirement Analysis...

GSoC 2013: Updates on Grandham project

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A couple of weeks before, We (Anivar, Manoj and me) had a meetup with Sri K. H. Hussain who is a pioneer in library science. He has worked in many projects i...

Hello Google Summer of Code 2013

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This summer I'm contributing to Swathanthra Malayalam Computing through Google Summer of Code 2013 by developing an application called Grandham, a bibliograp...

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GSoC 2013: Week 10 of Grandham project

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Last week I've been working on admin review feature to incorporate the new changes happened in the user end. With the addition of in-place editing feature, ...

GSoC 2013: Week 9 of Grandham project

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In Week 9, I rewrote the complete crowdsourcing functionality of Grandham from a submission based approach to micro-edits based approach. Earlier we used to ...

GSoC 2013: Week 8 of Grandham project

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Last weekly I mainly worked on Search feature and admin interfaces. Here's a quick review: Experimented with various search engines like Sphinx, Ferret, etc...

GSoC 2013: Week 7 of Grandham project

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I couldn't post the weekly updates regularly for the last two times since I was kept more busy than I had expected and the festive holiday that came in betwe...

GSoC 2013: Week 6 of Grandham project

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This week I've been mostly fixing bugs, refactoring code and building admin features. Grandham has built in checks to avoid duplication in Authors/Publishers...

GSoC 2013: Week 5 of Grandham project

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Last week, I implemented different parts of the application including the basics of user authorization. Also did a work on refactoring the code base, our tes...

GSoC 2013: Week 4 of Grandham project

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Last week, I worked on edit book feature and design mockups. Edit book feature As you know from previous posts, we have Submission model to store every contr...

GSoC 2013: Week 3 of Grandham project

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In Week 3, I was mostly designing routes and developing the submission interface for Grandham. Submission Interface Grandham should have two interfaces for ...

GSoC 2013: Week 1 of Grandham project

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The first week of development which started on 17th of June essentially comprises requirement analysis, planning and API implementation. Requirement Analysis...

GSoC 2013: Updates on Grandham project

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A couple of weeks before, We (Anivar, Manoj and me) had a meetup with Sri K. H. Hussain who is a pioneer in library science. He has worked in many projects i...

Hello Google Summer of Code 2013

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This summer I'm contributing to Swathanthra Malayalam Computing through Google Summer of Code 2013 by developing an application called Grandham, a bibliograp...

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The little twitter client I use :)

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Here's a small python script to update and read tweets from different timelines. You can use it with head/tail commands to customize the output. Actually, I...

Configure Gmail in Mutt easily!

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It's always wonderful to play with terminal. Last week, I tried to configure my Gmail account in mutt, a powerful console based mail client, using this tutor...

C++ Program to tweet

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It's very interesting to play with C++ and if it is in GNU/Linux, lots of tools like 'wget', 'grep',etc. are there to help us in time. Here is a simple C++ s...

Easy Clarity - Connect Easily!

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'Disconnection' is a routine process in dial up internet. Here is an C++ snippet which dials BSNL WLL Clarity without asking for password again and again. It...

How to connect BSNL Clarity in ubuntu 9.04 ?

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Though we have many tools to connect BSNL Clarity in Linux Systems, unfortunately they don't work in ubuntu 9.04 and in other lastest OS'. Here, i will expla...

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A small and simple note taking app

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Wrote a small python script that can be used with your favorite text editor as a simple note taking application. Hope you like it, suggestions are always wel...

The little twitter client I use :)

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Here's a small python script to update and read tweets from different timelines. You can use it with head/tail commands to customize the output. Actually, I...

Python Script to backup tweets

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It was some conversations in Twitter with @aashiks and @geohacker that made me write this script. The conversation goes like this: geohacker : What is the b...

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GSoC 2013: Week 10 of Grandham project

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Last week I've been working on admin review feature to incorporate the new changes happened in the user end. With the addition of in-place editing feature, ...

GSoC 2013: Week 9 of Grandham project

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In Week 9, I rewrote the complete crowdsourcing functionality of Grandham from a submission based approach to micro-edits based approach. Earlier we used to ...

GSoC 2013: Week 8 of Grandham project

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Last weekly I mainly worked on Search feature and admin interfaces. Here's a quick review: Experimented with various search engines like Sphinx, Ferret, etc...

GSoC 2013: Week 7 of Grandham project

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I couldn't post the weekly updates regularly for the last two times since I was kept more busy than I had expected and the festive holiday that came in betwe...

GSoC 2013: Week 6 of Grandham project

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This week I've been mostly fixing bugs, refactoring code and building admin features. Grandham has built in checks to avoid duplication in Authors/Publishers...

GSoC 2013: Week 5 of Grandham project

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Last week, I implemented different parts of the application including the basics of user authorization. Also did a work on refactoring the code base, our tes...

GSoC 2013: Week 4 of Grandham project

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Last week, I worked on edit book feature and design mockups. Edit book feature As you know from previous posts, we have Submission model to store every contr...

GSoC 2013: Week 3 of Grandham project

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In Week 3, I was mostly designing routes and developing the submission interface for Grandham. Submission Interface Grandham should have two interfaces for ...

GSoC 2013: Week 2 of Grandham project

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Week 2 of Grandham was filled with more architecture decisions and implementations. Solving the versioning problem It's quite essential to store different us...

GSoC 2013: Week 1 of Grandham project

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The first week of development which started on 17th of June essentially comprises requirement analysis, planning and API implementation. Requirement Analysis...

GSoC 2013: Updates on Grandham project

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A couple of weeks before, We (Anivar, Manoj and me) had a meetup with Sri K. H. Hussain who is a pioneer in library science. He has worked in many projects i...

Hello Google Summer of Code 2013

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This summer I'm contributing to Swathanthra Malayalam Computing through Google Summer of Code 2013 by developing an application called Grandham, a bibliograp...

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A sudoku checking program in C :)

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It just started when my younger bro, Shafeeq who reads hacker news everyday, found a little interesting blog post. It was about the authors experience in app...

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Hello Google Summer of Code 2013

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This summer I'm contributing to Swathanthra Malayalam Computing through Google Summer of Code 2013 by developing an application called Grandham, a bibliograp...

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