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Language icons 7.x-1.0-beta1 released

This is just a quick note that Language icons 7.x-1.0-beta1 was released last night. It's pretty stable, but I'm going to give it a little more time for people to test it - so please do, and let me know of any weirdness in the issue queue. Thank you. :)

Managing freso.dk - from CVS-in-Svn to Git

Hi there, and welcome to the first of my bi-annual blog entries. ;)

Today, ladies and you oh so gentle men, we'll be looking at something very exciting, something very hip, something so edgy it could be called bleeding. Yes. We're talking Git. We're talking a new VCS paradigm. We're talking Drupal, and we're talking managing Drupal sites.

First and foremost, this is the tale of how I set up freso.dk to have its code managed by Git.

Slowly getting back in the game...

So last night, I finally dug into Matt Butcher's Drupal 6 JavaScript and jQuery, which I actually got for review back in February. :/ Ah well, life has been hectic, but hopefully, I'll be able to look it through now, without too many interruptions.

Language Icons 6.x-1.0-beta2 released - please test!

So I just made a new beta release of Language Icons. (If you don't know the module - it's the one adding the flag icons to the language selection block to the left, as well as on translated nodes.)

New versions of Pathauto released!: 5.x-2.3 and 6.x-1.1

Today, I've tagged and created release nodes for Pathauto 5.x-2.3 and 6.x-1.1. This means a bunch of bug fixes, updated (and new) translations, and much, much cleaner code. It also means a SimpleTest for the 6.x branch (thanks Gábor!). And it also, also means that 6.x-2.x is now the focus of Pathauto development, with new features going in (a couple of things have already gone in).

Fun with mod_rewrite and subdomains

Intercepting and redirecting foo.freso.dk to freso.dk while still leaving bar.freso.dk be (for the rare occasion you don't want to visit the pub instead).

First entry: The history of the library

So. Freso.dk. Leabharlann Freso. The annals of a wanderer. The rambles of a rover. The manifesto of... me. It's finally live. The idea behind Leabharlann Freso is years old, and now it's finally here. It's amazing. Let's see if I can stick to it now, eh? ;)

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