Sam's resume repo, really....
+Basically, I *hate* writing my resume. I hate maintaining it; I hate all the
+BS self-aggrandizing you have to do when writing it; I hate *everything* you
+have to do when working on one.
+Additionally, I *hate* the tools a lot of people wind up using to create them.
+I hate word processors; I hate non-standard formats that can only be read on
+specific platforms; I hate having to write documents in GUIs.
+To solve these problems, I wrote my resume in valid HTML5 (meaning any browser
+that does its job can render it) and I wrote it in a way that makes updating
+Basically, I scripted my resume :-P
+My resume builder utilizes makefiles, a Python script, and some libraries. If
+you wish you build it, you need a Python interpretor (2.5+ I'd guess), a
+working makefile interpreter (GNU make is lovely), and the following Python
+I'd suggest setting up a virtualenv environment with these, but do whatever
+Once this is done, you can build and test the resume with:
+ $ make clean ; make test
+This will build the resume, place it in output/, and report whether the
+document is valid HTML5 or not.
+Inside the repo is an "experimental" directory. This is where I place anything
+I'm toying with that might be remotely related to the resume.
Unless otherwise specified, everything in here is available under the license
+stipulated by COPYING, which is the CC0 1.0 Universal license. Basically, it
+places everything in as close to the public domain as I can do so with a