OwnCloud is really a terrific program.
I use it for many purposes, among which, of course, storing files that I can access from anywhere.
I faced a simple, but not trivial issue : I had a lot of files to move to my Cloud repository, already available on my server, and I didn’t want to go through the web interface or the webdav access (unnecessary bandwidth usage). I simply wanted to “move” them from directories, using Unix command line interface.
This is not straight forward, but not difficult either. Here is how I proceeded:
This morning, I was reading an interesting article about plugins in WordPress, and how to get rid of them (available here, in French… Google Translate is your friend 😉 ).
I wanted to test adding my Tweet feed, not impacting performance (I tested several plugins already, but they decreased performance, as I could measure on GTmetrix).
And this hack works ! Continue reading “Little hack to display last Tweets” »