Articles posted in 2006/01
An update to yesterday's Ruby GNOME adventures.
My first experiments with writing small GNOME applications in Ruby.
The laughing hyenas at Slashdot leave me wondering whether a new name is required.
The Google web authoring statistics are interesting and valuable, but they ought to be presented in a more neutral fashion.
With gross apologies for the punning title, I have a brief look at the rise and rise of DITA as seen through proposals to the XTech Applications track.
Firebug is an essential addition to any web developer's arsenal: finally a single place to discover those coding errors so politely ignored by your web browser.
When I moved my blog to Rails from Zope, I was asked why. This is a brief explanation.
Reflections on the disappointment with Apple's recent use of RSS.
A module for SwitchTower so you can deploy your Rails applications using Bazaar.
A review of the predominant topics submitted to the Core Technologies track for XTech 2006.
Recent work cross-checking how this site looks on various platforms leads to unhappy conclusions about how fonts are handled on Linux.
A new weblog engine, a new design and a few new locations for things.
Amsterdam. May. XTech. Proposals. Due. Today.
Why e-business and web services have a low profile in the XTech Call for Participation.