I am happy to announce the release of version 5.3 of Nikola a static blog/site generator. It includes some minor features and a good amount of bugfixing. Upgrading to it should not cause you any trouble, as far as I know.
Here's the changelog:
Optionally use content distribution networks for jquery and twitter-bootstrap (USE_CDN option)
New Brazilian portuguese translation.
New planetoid experimental extra_plugin
Make really sure we import the right conf.py
Make SLUG_TAG_PATH a config dep for most pages
Removed meta title tag for better HTML validation
Removed #999 background from footnote backlink.
Made footnote references be superscripted.
Centered figure's image and caption.
Removed outset border from admonitions.
Use default theme as last resource for messages/translations
DATE_FORMAT option was being ignored
Remove trailing "" on windows gallery links (Issue #298)
Inconsistent breadcrumbs in gallery pages (Issue #303)
Use source files as bundle dependencies instead of outputs (Issue #294)
Meh. The starts tooltip says 2 means "it was ok", but really, this was meh. Not 1-star "didn't like it", but ...
I got this at the till while buying socks in San Mateo for 5 dollars.
- What is it?
A small prism with a male foldable USB socket on one end, a female USB socket, a battery in the middle, a tiny button and tiny led.
- How does it work?
When you are plugging stuff to charge via USB, you plug this in the middle, so computer -> backup battery -> gadget. That charges the gadget and the backup battery. Then you throw it in your pocket/bag when you leave home.
- What does it do?
It lets you recharge roughly half a phone's full charge, when you inevitably run out of battery, so unless you forget to charge both things, you'll manage to survive.
- What could be better?
It could come with a micro-usb male instead of a USB female, because that means you also have to carry a cable (no big deal)
- What does the button do?
It stops/starts the current flow into the gadget.
- What does the LED do?
Tells you if current is flowing (green) or if it's charging (red).
- Can you charge anything?
Yes, but 750mAh is enough to keep a Nexus 7 working for about 30 seconds ;-) Does a decent job on a Kindle though!
- Are you going to lose it?
Oh yes, the thing is tiny.
Not a bad 5 dollar gadget. However, you can find it in Amazon for $30 at some places, and that's robbery.