Debian wallpaper

Update: It seems a lot find my wallpaper through this entry, so I just want to point you the the site debianart.dk where you can find a few more wallpapers.

I have made my first wallpaper and ofcourse it is a Debian wallpaper. :) You can see a thumb of it to the left. It is made with Inkscape which have dramaticaly increased in useability in the last few versions. This means that I have the source in a scaleable format (SVG) so if you have a screen resolution bigger than 1600x1200 then contact me and I can render a bigger one for you.

The wallpaper can be found in my files section in 1600x1200 resolution.

Debianguiden htdig layout online

I have been working on layout templates for the htdig search engine used on the danish Debian guide. I have tried to make it look much like google but still make it a part of the guide. Try make a search on ex. “mysql”.

Harry Potter rocks

Today I went to the movies to see Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. I found the movie really good and I’m looking forward to all the next ones. I have read all the books and both the books and the movies keeps getting better… hope it stays that way.

Sun in SVG format

Today I made a sun i SVG very simple but also cool IMO. Well you can see a small sample to the right or download it i my files section.

The other day I also found this link to a few tutorials for Inkscape.

File section on emcken.dk

I have been planing to put a file section on my website for some time now. Earlier I just posted files in my weblog but evntually they dissapear into the archives of the weblog and therefore not easily accessable. From now on I will put files in my new file section if their relevance is beyond a single post in my blog.

For the file section I have found some code on phpclasses. The FileDB class stores and retrives files from a database and the class uses the AnyDB class which is a compatibility layer which allows you to use all sorts of databases (I use MySQL).

To celebrate the opening of my new section I have posted my first file… The OpenOffice.org logo in svg. After spending many hours looking for this logo in the SVG format I got the EPS version taken from Version 1.1 Logos and CD Materials converted by a friend in Adobe Illustrator (AI). AI was capeable of doing this without errors unlike pstoedit. Se my post: OpenOffice.org logo.