Here I explain how to fix Python SSL errors when downloading web pages using the https protocol in Python (e.g. by using the urllib, urllib2, httplib or requests. This error looks like (possibly with a line number different from 509):
During the first launch of a package, I went through a series of releases because of rendering issues of
pypi. I pulled up my new package on
pypi and was met with unseemly, unformatted text instead of a spiffy display. To avoid that, you can use
python setup.py check --restructuredtext
It tested the
READEM.rst locally, and it would “warn” you errors.
I am using a D-link DIR-628 and experiencing regular Wireless signal dropout. It is occurring on multiple wireless devices in my home, including a Macbook, an iPad, and an iPhone. It is hard for them to connect to the router when I come back home, and it frequently loses connection thereafter.
I am sure there is no problem of the incoming internet because my desktop that connects the internet via ethernet never dropouts. BTW, I am using a 5GHz wireless network, so there shouldn’t be many conflicts.
1. Install PHP 5.5+ which has a built-in server
sudo apt-get install php5
2. Create a directory for php files. For example
php -S localhost:8000
In 2013, I created a project to provide a general-purpose tree structure in Java.
One challenge at that time (mostly because I was not an expertise at that time, neither am I now) is the return type of
Tree methods. For example, the return type of
getChild(int index) that should return the child at the specified index.
I recently read a series of referee’ quotes published by Environmental Microbiology. As stated in every article, the referees are busy, serious individuals who give selflesslyof their precious time to improve manuscript. But, once in a while, their humour (or admiration) gets the better of them. Here are some quotes that I like most.
- I recommend the authors to get in contact with, e.g. sanitary engineers or fermentation/process engineersand not to try and invent the wheel again.
- I only am willing to read this again if it has less than 20pages (Ed.: the original submission had 54)!
Adobe, in partnership with Google, is pleased to announce the release of Source Han Sans, a new open source Pan-CJK typeface family that is now available on Typekit for desktop use. For those who want to play with the original source files, you can get those from Github. The installable fonts and source files can be downloaded from the Releases page.