There are two WordPresses. This confuses lots of people, to the point that Matt Mullenweg has implied he’ll never name something like this again. It’s almost as confusing as pages vs posts, which is a whole different post. WordPress.org – The location of the software you can download and install your own WordPress blog on […]
Or: Your server is a special snowflake and, therefore, isn’t the same as my server.
If you’re running a website, you have a lot more responsibility than just yourself.
Now that SubVersion is up and running, I decided to make it visible to others via WebSVN. The only reason I’m using WebSVN, which is really cool, don’t get me wrong, is because I can’t get mod_dav_svn and the default apache stuff working with my server. Go to http://svn.ipstenu.org and you can see my web-version […]
After some twittering with Mark Waterous, we decided that I probably had an out of date version of SVN. This is not a surprise. My server is CentOS, and they have this weird ‘core’ plugin repository that basically says ‘whatever version of a package we release your OS with is the version you get’. It […]
This is NOT about how to get a SubVersion repository up and running on your server (if you already have SubVersion). I wish it was.
While I want to say you’ll never need caching, the truth is you probably will need it one day.
Without a favicon, your site just looks naked.
When you use special tools for things, you have to be willing to look into changing them.
I’m the sort of person who codes something because I need it.
Google’s blog search screws up SEO for everyone.
Some more caveman humor.