category: programing

17
NOV
2009
15
NOV
2009

It’s a sad day, but also a day to rejoice! WordCamp NYC 2009 is officially over and I just wanted it to continue all week. But if that was the case, registration would be like $500. Two days was good enough.

The second day was pretty much in Mason Hall (for me at least). There was unconference sessions going on where we were in the main classroom complex yesterday. For those who want a listing can go here.

read more ‘WordCamp NYC 2009: (Final) Day Two

14
NOV
2009

WordCamp NYC 2009: Day One

Posted by Shane

Today (or tonight since I am posting this at night) was the first/end of Day One of WordCamp NYC 2009. This was also my first ever WordCamp. I was really physic. I left my friend’s place on Roosevelt Island around 6:45am hitching the “F” line to 23rd and 6th Avenue.

Once I got off I was really confused on where I was because I was not used to being in that location. With the sun not out as well… it was really hard to determine the points of the compass. After finding someone else who was also looking for Baruch College on 23rd and Lex. After we got another set of directions, we were on our way. A few minutes later I arrived at the registration area for WordCamp NYC 2009!

read more ‘WordCamp NYC 2009: Day One

07
SEP
2009

As the lyrics to Twinkle Twinkle Littler Star go:

Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you are! Up above the world so high, Like a diamond in the sky.

This is now true for my flash header. After three days of looking for the perfect star animation and designing the very complex code that will add stars in intervals (or all at once if it has gotten to that point) or to remove the stars in intervals (or all of the stars if it has gotten to that point).

read more ‘Twinkle Twinkle Little Star: How I wonder what you are!

30
JUL
2009

I got the news last night as I was heading to bed that the 2.0.x (and below) branch is no longer supported. “No Longer Supported” means that the development team will not work on it if there is a security hole found. The minimum that you must have is version 2.1 (Code Name: Ella) in order to get support. It is still highly recommended that any user upgrade to the latest version of 2.8.2. This allows you to stay on a more maintained branch.

29
JUL
2009

Another day.. another innovation over here at the rabbit hole and for other WordPress blogs a-like.

One of the things I started dreading when I first started this blog again back in July 2008 is that eventually that archives ‘By Month’ list and categories list was going to get so long that it was going to be lopsided and lots of items really make the site look “longer” than it really was when it comes to the vertical scroll bars.

What I needed to do now since both the Archives and the Categories list was getting to long, I wanted to shorten them up, but still allowing the user (that’s you..) to be able to still be able to browse all the available archives months and categories without having to view the full archives view.

read more ‘Scrollable Categories and Archives using jQuery Tools

23
JUL
2009

That’s right folks! (About 2 days late on my part.) The new version has been released to the masses. The first version 1.4.1 had very minor problems with regrades to ignoring admin visits and PHP 4 issues otherwise it was good to go. Automatic upgrades had problems as well, but those were quashed once the index.html files where deleted out of all the directories.

In any chance.. I pushed out 1.4.1.1 just a moment ago so you should start to see it your plugins folder. I worked with a few people to see if the older problems that were there still exist, but I can not fine anything like that. Hopefully this will be the last minor fix release.

Be sure to download it here and report any errors to the Woopra forums.