So far I have been living with a make-do color scheme. One of the reasons is that while Kahuna has lots of awesome options for controlling the color scheme, not everything is achievable from the settings, and some CSS hacking is needed. Of course, I am not afraid of CSS hacking. I just did not have the time to do it from the beginning.
Technically, I should have written this article while I set up WordPress for the first time. However, this brings up the ancient paradox of “chicken or egg?”
Now that the egg is ready, it’s time for the chicken to hatch.
A new era has begun: the era of reformation and colonialism!
And for our Clanricarde, it is also the era of constant war against the Kingdom of Saxain.
This is part III of my Clanricarde game. It includes the first conquests outside Éire.
This time I survived the early game. So I will start writing about this run. And hopefully, this game will be a fun one.
I will try to use Irish names over the Anglicized names. Sometimes they are hard to parse, and I will include the “better known names” in parentheses.
This page will be actively maintained as a little survey. Any work that solves programming language problems with machine learning techniques counts.
User-Guided Program Reasoning using Bayesian Inference: static analysis based bug checker + Bayesian inference.
Active Learning of Points-To Specifications: point to analysis + active learning.
This work is neither sound nor precise. I am horrified by the prospect of having an unsound point-to analysis, but the author rightly points to some justifications.
Pretty much all WordPress themes, Kahuna included, rely on Google Fonts. Google Fonts is a nice collection. But it is not large enough, and thus it occasionally becomes boring. Want a late-18th century Didot-style typeface? Use Playfair. Want a classical humanist serif typeface? Use Alegreya. These have become knee-jerk reactions, because there are just so many options for a particular requirement.
Hence why bored people, like me, turn to commercial options. I bought a webfont license for Adagio Serif a few years ago, and it seems a good opportunity to try them out.
I am pretty sure that I am going to tinker with themes a lot. However, I am not good at building an entirely new theme from scratch, so I need to settle on a theme as a basis, and keep a list of interesting references.
Speaking of themes, I find out that the best way to know about themes is to try out as many as possible. Only through this, I learned what themes can do, and more importantly, how to clearly define what I want.