Users can extend the functionality of Mail.app for OS X by installing software packages called "Mail Bundles". I use three such bundes of joy on a daily basis:
Each of these is essential to my workflow, and not having one of them severely imapcts my productivity.
One of them is broken, and none of them will admit it. The problem began after applying the OS X 10.9.3 update.
At irregular intervals, Mail.app will stop servicing the Outbox. That is, messages to be sent will be placed into the Outbox folder, and then remain there. I have my suspicions, but I'm not …continue.
Having migrated to static web generation, a full-featured web gallery system just isn't an option. I don't want or need an RDBMS to store meta-data, and there's certainly no reason to install an entire CMS framework just to pubish some pictures. However, having a four-year-old and a family that doesn't actually live in my back yard makes some kind of web gallery a necessity.
Yes, there are many picture sharing social media venues. All of them:
- have terms of service that can change with little notice and no consent
- have some kind of profit motive, mostly undisclosed
- are conflicted between security and accessibility
So we're on our own.
Our household …continue.