Monthly Archives: November 2008

Oddmuse Wiki in Greek

The Oddmuse Wiki engine has been updated by Alex, to include support for the Greek language.

When I started using the Oddmuse Wiki for my personal notes a while back, I was impressed by the easy installation steps, and the collection of supported Oddmuse extensions. Now that the Greek language support I prepared has been committed to the main Oddmuse repository I am very pleased that Greek people can install their own fully localized version of the Oddmuse Wiki engine.

Oddmuse is one of the Wiki engines that are simple to install, easy to use, and very customizable. If you happen to install the Greek translation of Oddmuse, and you find anything that is mistranslated, or some string whose translation can be improved, please feel free to drop me a note at one of my email addresses.


Extending ERC with Emacs Lisp

ERC is an IRC client written in Emacs Lisp. This makes ERC very easy to extend, customize and otherwise adapt to your personal style.

A nice features of the standard ERC distribution is that you can extend the set of commands available on your IRC prompt by writing short Emacs Lisp functions. When you define a function called “erc-cmd-XXX” it instantly becomes available as an IRC command. Continue reading