Keep House

September 3rd, 2004  |  Published in Uncategorized

Ed reminded me that I don’t have a comments feed anymore, so that’s now fixed with comments.xml, borrowed from Adam Kalsey.

I had to give dynamic templates a try just to see how they worked. Nifty. Broke the hell out of Markdown, though, hours before Gruber got around to pointing out that the Perl version is broken when dynamic templating is in use. He also pointed to a solution. Good. I took the cowardly way out re: dynamic templates, and let MT cache a static version of each page on render, so on the day pk brings the wrath of the freepers down on us we’ll last ten or eleven seconds instead of 0.8.

Futureblogging is also in place, after only a moment of bumfuzzlement over this irritating bit of arcana.

Now to type up a heartfelt “2 years of PuddingTime! as we know it mostly today” post in time for the upcoming anniversary, which isn’t really an anniversary but you gotta observe something some time.

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