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Comment Bankrupcy

I’ve got to declare comment bankrupcy.  I am going to do my best to answer any comment posted in the last two months, but I’ve got a bunch of older ones that I never got around to responding to, so I’m going to approve the remaining ones in my queue but I don’t know if [...]

Just FYI

If I am slow responding to any comments or emails this week, it’s because I am without internet at home.  I won’t have any internet until AT&T sends me a new DSL modem.  I apologize if I miss any important issues because of this.

A little cross promotion

I’ve just released a new WordPress plugin.  If you use Flickr and want to incorporate the photos into your blog, this is a great way to do it.  I’m going to be entering the plugin in the WordPress plugin competition tonight (the voting starts tomorrow) so any feedback I can get soon would be fantastic. [...]

How to translate Gigs Calendar

There’s a new tutorial up at my development site about translating Gigs Calendar (or other WordPress plugins).  If you’ve been wanting to translate Gigs Calendar and I hadn’t gotten back to you, check it out. Translating Plugins

Google problems sorted out

Somehow, the WordPress option to hide this blog from search engines was checked.  I don’t know why I would have checked that, but I can unhappily report that it does work very well to keep you out of Google.  I should be showing up soon, hopefully with decent PageRank because of all of the awesome [...]

Auto-Upgrading in WordPress 2.5

WordPress 2.5 comes with a cool feature that lets you automatically upgrade plugins from the admin panel via FTP.  This is very handy for most people, but there’s a problem with it.  If you’ve done any customization in the “templates” folder, all of your changes will be lost.  Forever. Be sure to backup all of [...]

No time like the present

Dougal Campbell, a developer of WordPress, posts about the importance of upgrading.  Hackers are actively exploiting security problems on versions of WordPress older than 2.3.3 (the latest release was 2.5). If you’re running an older version of WordPress, you could be putting yourself at risk.  If you aren’t comfortable upgrading your WordPress install, make some [...]

I should have complained sooner

It figures that my files come back immediately after I posted about my problems.  Well, that makes fixing this site a lot easier.  Once I get a few more things done, I’ll probably work on some more bug fixes.  It might be some time next week before I get a release out as I haven’t [...]

Gigs Calendar 0.3!

Ok, because of time constraints, I’ve put version 0.3 up without sending it out to testers.  I doubt it’ll screw anyone’s stuff up, but it might be prudent to backup your gigs tables before you start playing around with it.  There is going to be some documentation on the new features coming in a future [...]

A few notes

Some observant individuals may have spotted the “Dev Feed” on the sidebar.  If you click on the link, you’ll end up on a little site that has more information than you probably ever want.  In fact, it automatically posts all of my Subversion commit messages, so you’ll know when I’m making changes and what I’m [...]