Monthly Archives: October 2007

Simple WordPress Upgrade Using Subversion

I’ve been using subversion to update WordPress for a few minor revisions now. I simply followed the 2.2 branch and ran… svn up …to update my code. Today I ran… svn switch http://svn.automattic.com/wordpress/branches/2.3 …followed by visiting the upgrade script page … Continue reading

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IRC Bot to Post Links to Delicious

I lurk in an IRC chatroom with some friends and throughout the course of a day a lot of links are posted. I wanted to be able to catch up on the links without having to read through the entire … Continue reading

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Customizing the Summary in TracGantt

We use Trac at Lo-Fi Art to manage… well just about everything that doesn’t go in our Google Calendars. We’ve been testing out TracGantt to get some sort of idea what we’re working on at any given date. We quickly … Continue reading

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Rhythmbox Loves Jesus

In case the problem isn’t obvious, I’m listening to LugRadio and Rhythmbox is displaying album art for Songs for Worship Country. I don’t even own an album by that name, so Rhythmbox randomly picked it, one can only assume, based … Continue reading

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Hello Planet Python

Just noticed my first post appeared on Unofficial Planet Python. Hello all! If you’re really bored, you can learn more about me or read all of my posts. Suffice it to say I’m a new Python consultant. Monday, October 15th, … Continue reading

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Every 3rd Safari Upload Fails

Recently I built a small CherryPy application to allow users to upload photos to a gallery. The application is pretty trivial and just uses the Python Imaging Library to resize the photos and Genshi to output some XML which is … Continue reading

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