TrelloExport 1.9.13

It's been out for a while now, but if you didn't notice TrelloExport is now at version 1.9.13, with some new features. Please read the full story at http://trapias.github.io/blog/trelloexport-1-9-13/ Please follow my main site http://trapias.github.io for next updates.…

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TrelloExport 1.9.0

TrelloExport is a Chrome extension to export data from Trello to Excel. Whatsnew for version 1.9.0 switched to SheetJS library to export to excel, cfr https://github.com/SheetJS/js-xlsx unicode characters are now correctly exported to xlsx Get it on GitHub at https://github.com/trapias/trelloExport…

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TrelloExport 1.8.9

Following the publication of TrelloExport 1.8.8 some days ago, I now pushed on Github an update for this Chrome extension. What's new in TrelloExport 1.8.9 New data columns: added column Card # added columns memberCreator, datetimeCreated, datetimeDone and memberDone pulling modifications from https://github.com/bmccormack/export-for-trello…

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TrelloExport: Trello to Excel

TrelloExport is a Chrome extension to export data from Trello to Excel. Updates Jan 2016 UPDATE please refer to my main site at http://trapias.github.io for latest updates: TrelloExport is in version 1.9.17 and has more features than the ones described here. TrelloExport 1.8.8…

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How to install Ghost on your Raspberry Pi

Here's how I installed Ghost on my Raspberry Pi with a standard raspbmc installation. Setting it up was not so difficult, but a problem with sqllite3 installation required some additional steps. As reported in this forum post https://ghost.org/forum/installation/2583-install-failure-due-to-sqlite3/, you have to... You need the SQLite…

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Thanks Openshift

Thanks to Redhat OpenShift my new blog is online: running Ghost on a cloud-hosted node.js environment. For free! Configuring Ghost on OpenShift Once installed Ghost, you have to use git to clone your repository locally, make changes and then push your changes to Openshift. As documented here https://www…

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