I haven’t posted on this blog in nearly 3 years. I have migrated it from running on my Mac Mini at my home, onto a real VPS in a datacenter, but I just haven’t posted on it.
So what is the point of this blog now? Truth be told, I don’t know. I just don’t have a strong desire to blog anymore.
I spend my time mostly playing Dota 2 and other multiplayer games these days. I hang out in IRC channels, even one on my own small network made of my server at home, and the VPS that runs this blog. Sometimes I make a small cool application, but I’m just not that creative, nor am I confident in what I make.
I suppose one thing I can share is my Stargate Episode Randomizer, which suggests a random Stargate episode to watch. It is very simple and programmed using the very light Camping web framework for Ruby.
I know this post isn’t much, but maybe you’ll be inspired to develop some application of your own.
Please excuse the remains of idiots who looked at man.php (now removed).
I had to hard reset my mac unfortunately.
The IP responsible for this crap is 22.214.171.124 most likely.
Lighttpd is known for how lightweight it is and its ability to handle thousands of requests per second, and Lighttpd powers sites like The Pirate Bay, YouTube, Imageshack, Webkinz, and a host of others. So I thought I would give lighttpd a spin.
Continue reading “Lighttpd may speed things up for us”
I fixed my .htaccess problem (the included apache has some promblems) so now I can use the VERY pretty URLs with WordPress! and I’m working on getting my wiki to work through rewrite the same way wikipedia works.
I installed some new forums which are powered by forum software called bbPress. They are integrated with the blog meaning that if you login here, you’re logged in there. Also, you can login there with your login for our blog.
On a lower note, our WordPress has a problem. Look at the bottom of this page. There’s a nasty PHP warning. I am upset with it too. I’ll just keep on doing svn up until it fixes itself.
On a higher note, our Trac is fixed. It also moved to /trac instead of /cgi-bin/trac. It also is running 0.12dev.
UPDATE: WordPress was fixed. Wasn’t that fast?