It seems that every time I go on this blog, there’s some kind of security warning. “This website’s certificate is not trusted.” Yet, Darren insists that he knows the president of CaCert and that it’s CaCert’s fault for making crappy certificates.
Oh well, I hope this website isn’t phishing for my personal information.
And hopefully this security dilemma is solved before anything bad happens.
In case you don’t know what ScribeFire is, it’s an addon for Firefox that lets a user write posts from the bottom of Firefox without ever leaving the web page you’re on. You can get it at http://tinyurl.com/yrnml6.
ScribeFire allows you to post to blogs such as WordPress and Blagger. This blog, in fact, is supported by WordPress. What I would like to know is if it is possible to post to this blog. The site editor can reply to this post by including a list of steps to set up ScribeFire to post to here.
UPDATE (6/15/2009 @ 7:20): The site editor has replied
OKS Blog is powered by WordPress 2.9-rare (as I write this comment).
Setting up ScribeFire to post to OKS Blog is easy.
Just use http://oks.verymad.net/~onekopaka/blog/ as the URL and your username and password to login to the Admin interface here.
UPDATE (6/15/2009 @ 15:46) by Darren VanBuren:
My last name doesn’t have a space…
UPDATE (6/15/2009 @ 16:25)
Hmmm… I’m trying it out and it doesn’t seem to be working. When I try to load a post, it refuses to load. I just have to try publishing a new post.
16:30 – ScribeFire can now post (I sent a test post), but can’t edit. Looks like Mr. VanBuren will have to work this out.
There’s a lot of new things in Firefox 3.1, which is set to be released sometime in the first quarter of 2009. There’s plenty of new features. So, here is one of the new features. Take a look at this box:
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