Tuesday, August 06, 2002

I'm Back

I started this site several months ago. At the same time I registered Radio Userland, I also downloaded an evaluation version of Frontier. My plan was to purchase Frontier and use it for my real estate project.

After a few months using it, I've changed my mind. Mostly I just don't want to run Windows server:
  • I don't know anything about Windows adminstration and I'm not interested in learning. I already spend way too much time trying to keep up with security issues on Unix.
  • I already have a lot of Unix server power that needs to be used.
  • The Windows server needs a lot more babysitting. The Unix boxes just run on their own once they're configured.

I realized that I already have server solutions that I'm happy with. What I want is a good weblogging desktop program. That's Radio. What I need now is better integration of Radio with the other tools I use: Zope, Plone and dadaIMC.

1:27:03 PM    

  Thursday, March 28, 2002

Thanks for the link

Looking through the server logs, I saw a big spike in traffic. Welcome to all the readers of Workbench, Rogers Cadenhead's weblog. If you haven't checked it out, you should. It's definitely one of the best on the PyCS server :)

2:38:11 PM    

  Wednesday, March 27, 2002

Thanks to Phillip

Many thanks to Phillip Pearson for writing PyCS and hosting these sites. Phillip, do you need any help? I'm a Python programmer... I'd also like to know more about what your plans are for the code and hosting sites.

4:21:11 PM    

  Friday, March 22, 2002

User #2

Hey, cool, I'm user #0000002 on the Python Community Server. That reminds me of a college friend who ran for vice-president of an organization he was in. In his speech he said, "I always wanted to be the second man to walk on the moon. I want to win a silver medal in the Olympics. That's why you should vote for me..."

6:32:27 PM