Come on people! I count on you to keep me informed! It looks like he
started it way back in March.
UPDATE: Looks like Ian
Cooper had posted
pretty much the same code in the
to Scott’s blog post. I hadn’t noticed it. He didn’t have a chance to
compile it, so consider this post a validation of your example Ian! :)
You know what I really like about posts like
It’s a lot less writing for me. When people ask me what principles
Subtext development tries to follow I can just point them to this post
by Patrick Cauldwell.
This just in. CodePlex is planning to roll out TortoiseSVN support!
I wrote about
on my company’s blog, but thought I’d mention it here since I assume not
everyone has jumped at the chance to subscribe to that
blog (go on, it won’t bite)
Scott Hanselman writes a thought provoking post that asks the question, Is Microsoft Losing the Alpha Geeks? An
interesting question, but troublesome to make sense of, let alone answer.
Fortune Magazine published an
in which they describe how Microsoft claims that free software, such as
Linux, violates 235 of its patents.
It is with great pleasure and relief that I announce the release of
Subtext 1.9.5. Between you and me, I’m just happy to get this release
out before the kid is