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Archives for the Month of July, 2005

Moving from Atom 0.3 to 1.0

Now that the Atom 1.0 specification is pretty much final and waiting for approval we are going to see a lot of people moving from Atom 0.3 to Atom 1.0. Many people will automatically move to Atom 1.0 when they upgrade their weblog software, or when large weblog providers such as Blogger update their software. […]

Atom 1.0 skin

Adding Atom 1.0 support to your Nucleus CMS weblog by using a simple skin.


I always suspected it. The moon is made out of cheese. Want to see for yourself? Head over to Google Moon and zoom in as much as you can.

Huge gravatars

What is worse? The fact that the size of this particular gravatar is well over one megabyte, or that it is a complete Britney Spears video?

Atom 1.0

Now that the Atom syndication format is final and waiting for approval from the IEFT I’ve decided to make the move to Atom 1.0. Atom 0.3 is history, at least on this weblog.

Random Links #3

The last couple of days I’ve been working on a new commercial project, a multi-language website with a build-in content management system. This is something I have done before, so a large part of it is reusing existing technology.

Firemonger CD covers

Now that the release of Firefox 1.1 is coming closer, the Firemonger project is preparing the second major release of their CD. The older version was released just after the release of Firefox 1.0 and contained not only Firefox, but also Thunderbird and various plugins, extensions and plugins. The new release will continue in this […]

Random Links #2

RSS and Media, A new version of Nucleus, A new look of Technorati and rakaz.nl