My weblog supports comments, at last

Tonight I implemented comments on my weblog. I have this blog already for four years and now at last you can post a comment. The biggest problem with implementing comments is that my blog is static. Otherwise it wouldn’t be that hard to implement the comments. At the moment you shouldn’t pay much attention to the esthetics.

July 5, 2008

I have a HTML feed available now

This afternoon I created a feedin HTML. It’s not useful yet, because the only useragent that will be able to read it is your webbrowser. Of course curl and wget should work too, but they are not as useful for reading webnews. Less code, more content

February 17, 2007

At last: normal URLs for entries

At last my blogging software creates entries with normal, human-readable URLs. It was a simple change; it seems kinda strange that I haven’t changed it earlier.

February 3, 2007

Tray Icon applet to add pages to blog

Inspired by Tomboy and GnomeTrashApplet I created a TrayIconApplet to add pages to my weblog. But it’s not written in C or C#, but in ruby using it’s Gtk wrappers. And it was easier than I at first thought. It’s a application around pages. And has the following features. listing web pages on website editing web pages on website listing all weblog items adding new items to weblog generating the website It’s a really nice app....

October 1, 2004

Bugfixing and rss feed

After some bugfixing, I now have the permalinks working right. I also added an RSS2.0 feed. I’m not yet sure if it’s the way I like it, or that’s correct. But it’s a test so.

September 28, 2004

Website generation software

The website generation software I use has a few little flaws. It uses the filename for the date. (e.g. 20040927174819.tp) This actually goes two ways. On the one hand it’s a unique name for the file. On the other hand, it has metadata on the outside of the file. There’s no easy way to add more data to an entry. (e.g. I can’t add category’s) Actually I can but then I’ve to change the entry format....

September 27, 2004