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Added all available RSS-Feeds as links in the header

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I finally found out, why Konqeror never discovered the RSS-Feeds on TikiWiki pages. That was actually a no-brainer. The content-type of the RSS-Feeds was set to 'application/xml', which is no correct  

An extreme rant on WCAG 2

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.. can be found on the single most valuable site to website-developers ever: A list apart . Joe Clark has some very intriguing points to make about [http://alistapart.com/articl  

Back from Conférence PHP Quebec in Montreal

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Yesterday evening I came back from Montreal, where I was giving [http://conf.phpquebec.com/en/session#the_virtualized_server_infrastructure_of_the_tikiwiki_community|my talk on the virtualized server  

Blogroll-module is available from tw.o now

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Today I took off some hours (yes, for my small brain it took that long) to play with TikiWiki mods and put the blogroll-module t  

Created a blogroll-module for TikiWiki

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I lately got a bit into Tiki-coding again. And when I today decided to clean up the subscriptions in my aKregator, I also quickly decided, that it's time to create a blogroll-module for Tiki. You can  

Decentralized VCSs really seem to be too good to be true

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I have been dreaming of decentralized Version Control Systems since I heard of them. GnuBrain switched to darcs recently and today I decided to ch  

Digital Sins revisited

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In the bootstrapping of the trollparty there were already some interesting discussions on #trollparty. One of them was with qopi aka [http://caracas.trollparty.org/tiki-index.php?page=%7Ejdaviescoates  

german-bash.org got RSS Feeds back :)

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Yup, my Püppi discovered this and that's for sure the best thing since ice moulds for the refrigerator. It was also a good occassion to test the [http://alexander-mette.de/tiki-view_blog_post.php?  

Gnome searches for a CMS

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Bergie blogged that yesterday and Midgard is evaluated there, too. Marc LaPor  

Had a good coding session

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Tiki Freetag Folksonomy Tagging (TFFT ;) ) is now a full-blown feature in 1.10 HEAD. It has pretty much everything, that it needs: feature perms Admin screen On top of that you can really  

Informationweek about Wiki's, including good slogans by Marc LaPorte

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Informationweek seems to support open, collaborative information exchange by telling executives all around the world, how great Wikis are: [http://www.informationweek.com/software/showArticle.jhtml  

Installed Dovecot and Postfix

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Debian starts to annoy me like anything that tries to be smarter than me. Gentoo is a nice system sayin: "I'm just a distro, I'm dumb, tell me what you want!", but Debian tries to tell me, w  

Interesting IRC-Chat about the TikiWiki development model

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{CODE(caption=#tikiwiki,wrap=>1,wiki=>0)} 00:05:59 batawata: I think issues like this object, search, wysiwyca, etc, need a tiki2 to be solved 00:06:32 amette: or a rethinking of tiki-deve  

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My first external trackback! :D

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Woohoo, with the previous post I trackbacked pixelsebi's blog. The trackback in his blog doesn't look too nice (it has just "blog" as title of the trackback), but man,  

Praise to our TikiGirl

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This blog post is dedicated to sylvieg - one of the rare women in open source, one of the best coders I know and one of the cornerstones of Tiki community! She is not  

Registration rampage for the sake of distribution

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Before new years eve I was thinking about what I could make my new years promise. I came up with a very good one(which I then didn't recall on new years eve ;) ): be more fatalist ! I have been cl  

Speaking of Tiki - 1.9.3(.1) is out

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Yup, yup, interesting, but I forgot to mention it in the roundup-post : TikiWiki 1.9.3 was released - and just some hours later Yeah, the re  

The holy grail of CSS-based knowledge-lodging coming to TikiWiki

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My bro created *lite! (pronounce: "star light" - that's the wildcard). According to him *lite! means: "<wha  

The Root Server Setup takes much longer than expected

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I expected, that they have always a couple of servers spare and if an order comes in, they just hack it into their system and the automagic starts: assign a server to a customer, copy the image of the  
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