I'm a new developer (emphasis on the new). I'm trying to expand my skillset in programming and open-source works. I've been told you guys have a great community and are very helpful to newcomers. Please, if you have any tips, resources or suggestions send them my way.
I'm interested in front-end work, graphical interfaces and the like. I have some experience in java, python, html and css. I'm good at photoshop/illustrator as well if there is any need for something along those lines.
Specifically, I've tasked myself with converting the birthdays.tt code to run on foundation. Here's a question, where do I find the birthdays.tt page to see how it looks now?
Thank you very much and I look forward to learning and helping.
HOWTO Use the Dreamwidth API
LJ.XMLRPC.getchallenge on the endpoint, receiving something like...
"auth_scheme" :STRING "c0" "server_time" :INTEGER <epoch time> "challenge" :STRING "c0:1416283200:2410:60:4QoGWOXV0uB9gBaZ0LB0:5a1901a0feccabcb30fbe6e85878f758") "expire_time" :INTEGER <epoch time>))
challenge concatenated with
md5_hex of the account password; call the result
response = md5(concat(challenge, md5(password)))
function in the API, invoke
auth_method = challenge and
auth_response = response.
Proceed as appropriate for said
 .. digest in hexadecimal form. The length of the returned string
will be 32 and it will only contain characters from this set:
bin/moveucluster.pl --delete --expungedel <username> 0with a version of bin/moveucluster.pl modified to remove the built-in delay. Before I start trying and maybe break my database in subtle ways, can someone confirm I'm on the right track?
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