Tomorrow might prove to be interesting! So fasten your seatbelts…
56 minutes, not one boring moment! Charming, insightful, fascinating, I’m just so impressed by those 2…
And I’m glad I took the time to watch them and so should you if you didn’t already
Well, well, well, almost a year after signing up with Dream Host, after going through many turbulent times, trying to fix things up myself, and again, surviving an unannounced, and not so welcome upgrade, after hoping for mongrel support, it really came down to a severe case of overselling. Performance had become abysmal, database connections hard to come by, site was down for longer and longer periods of time. Sometimes several hours without much I could do to revive it.
Here’s your chance. Starting at 9pm Eastern time (that’s in 90 minutes), you have 24h to submit your blog, so don’t delay!
For more details, read the official announcement.
DreamHost just completed the replacement of their main router and everything seems to be back to normal, hopefully for good.
If you’ve experienced some bumpy turbulences on this site over the past 4 days, please accept my apologies. This should not happen anymore.
Court3nay from ~:caboose has started a fundraising to be able to pay professional tech writers to beef up the Rails documentation. It is true that it is not advancing quite at the same pace that rails is and Court3nay’s initiative is a worthy one.
The main reason for switching back to MacOS is the switch back to Intel. That had been the main inhibitor for a long time. I have a few sotwares that only run on Windows and with Parallels, this looks like it is going to be easy to run them. So for father’s day, I got a shiny new 20” iMac (Thank you!). I have been quite impressed with Apple lately, both from a Design perspective, but also from their overall strategy and execution of that strategy. What a change from that near death experience. The iMac is really a neat machine. The screen quality is outstanding, and the speed is great; I haven’t done any benchmarks, but just judging by how Firefox behaves, that’s pretty impressive.
I’m proud, honored and also quite humbled to report that nano Rails has been selected out of 700 sites submitted to round 4 as one of the new members of the 9rules Nework! Round 4 adds 111 new members.
Here’s the question I was faced with today.
If you install a software that is licenced under the GPL license on a server, and let people interact with the software, do you have to make the source available? And furthermore, if you did modify that software, are you obligated to release that software along with the source.
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