IMPORTANT UPDATE: There was a security bug in Subtext 1.5 for multiblog
setups that will allow the admin of one blog to login to another blog.
If you are only using a single blog setup, you have nothing to worry
about. For multiblog setups, please upgrade to Subtext 1.5.1. The change
is a single line change in
Subtext.Framework.dll so if you have
already upgraded to Subtext 1.5, you can simply copy over the old
Subtext.Framework.dll file with the new one instead of copying every
file from the installation package. Sorry for the the inconvenience.
In the Subtext 1.5 release announcement, I mentioned we had a few new skins. I thought I would post a couple of screenshots of the Submarine skin to give you a sense of what it looks like.Read More
As you may well know, today is June 6, 2006 or in shorthand notation 6/6/06, the mark of the beast. As the church lady would say, “mmmmm, isn’t that special?”Read More
…worth blogging about.Read More
So you are coding along riding that TDD high when you reach the point at which your code needs to send an email. What do you do now?Read More
Last night we went out with friends to celebrate Akumi’s birthday. Somehow the topic of my blog came up in conversation. Perhaps I have a tendency to interject the topic of “blogging” every chance I get. I can be annoying that way.Read More
I don’t write much about my personal life here because most days are pretty mundane and not unlike other days I’ve had. If I were to write about my day, most entries would look like the following…Read More
Implied policies are policies that are never written in any employee manual, but are implied due to real world practices or are side effects of explicit policies. The classic example is when an employee gives notice to an employer and the employer counter-offers with a raise. In some cases, a raise that was refused earlier.Read More