Don’t you have many Git repositories laying everywhere on your disk? Isn’t it a mess? Well I have this problem too. From the forks I made to contribute, my personal projects, my work projects, etc… I have many repositories in my computer, sometimes with special settings (i.e using work email in work related repositories, signing commit with my GPG key in important repository, etc…) And when I move to a new computer, I need to redo everything, again.
One night I was feeling inspired and decided to read again all my favorites quotes on Google Keep while listening to music. And suddenly an idea just popped into my head: why not make a little mobile friendly application to view my quotes properly? And that’s where it started… The idea The idea was to build a simple quotes application where the user can view the quotes. I didn’t wanted to built something complex or innovative, I just wanted to build quickly something clean and working.
You may have noticed that I haven’t write any blog posts since 1 month. I was focusing all my attention on my new Android application. And today is announcement day! Let me present you Random Wallpapers ! What the hell is Random Wallpapers? Random Wallpapers is an Android application designed to change your phone background randomly based on the things you like. Here’s how it works: First of all you choose what you like from a list of categories: Cats, Dogs, Christmas, Flowers, and so on ❤️ hen you configure the refresh rate: for example you could say: I want my phone wallpaper to change every 2 days.
Back in 2015 I used to have a lot of devices connected to my LAN. There was my Minecraft server running on a Blade, my Plex server running on an old computer, my gaming computer, my laptop, a Promox single node running on another Blade and several Raspberry Pi used to monitor temperature, sensor activity, performing a DynDNS like synchronization, etc… Some of the devices were running continuously (such as the Pies because they consume a few amount of electricity) and some others were running periodically when I needed them.