I’ve been reading about POSSE and PESOS, and getting re-inspired about the value in a plurality of web tools. I sometimes try to focus just on one Software package (MediaWiki, at the moment, because it’s what I code fornear at work. But I used to love working on WordPress, and I’ve got a couple of […]
Every few years I try to move my blog away from WordPress. I tried again earlier this year, but here I am back in WordPress before even a month has gone by! Basically, nothing is as conducive to writing for the web. I love MediaWiki (which is what I shifted to this time; last time […]
There’s a new version of Piwigo out, and so I must upgrade. However, I’ve got things installed so that the web server doesn’t have write-access to the application files (as a security measure), and so I can’t use the built-in automatic upgrader. I decided to switch to using Git to update the files, to make […]
fremantlecarnevale.com.au has gone off the air.
Mister Stonewaves is online again. That is all.
I don’t really remember what it was, but whatever it was, it no longer is: www.freogreenguide.com (Maybe someone just forgot to pay their hosting bill.)
Three feeds are gone from Planet Freo. Only two of the sites are kaput though; the SFFC still has a site, but they’ve ditched the feed (not on purpose, I’d say, because they’ve still got an icon for it on their homepage). South Fremantle Football Club http://southfremantlefc.com.au/ FreOasis http://freoasis.org Fremantle Carnevale http://www.fremantlecarnevale.com.au/
Sorry to everyone who noticed; Planet Freo‘s been offline for 48 hours. I thought I needed access to my home machine to fix it; turns out I didn’t, but anyway I waited till I was home (and powered by a dram of Ardmore) to fix it. It is now fixed. I’ve updated the FreoWiki page […]
Every now and then I recap on where and what I store online. Today I do so again, while I’m rather feeling that there should be discrete and specific tools for each of the things. Firstly there are the self-hosted items: WordPress for blogging (where photo and file attachments should be customized to the exact […]
The combination of wget and the Export Cookies add-on for Firefox is useful for creating offline, complete, static archives of websites that are only accessible with a password: First log in to the site and export cookies.txt, Then run wget \ –recursive \ –no-clobber \ –page-requisites \ –html-extension \ –convert-links \ –restrict-file-names=windows \ –domains example.com […]