|[en] Scribbles||meta, dec 3, 2012|
The site has been running mostly unattended for the last years. I hope to change that, but still havin't made up my mind. Anyway. I now worked through much of Google's webmaster tools, and there should be much fewer 500 and 404 errors comming your way now.
|Moved Servers (again)|
|[en] Scribbles||meta, netherlands, openstreetmap, nov 2, 2008|
My online presence has moved servers again. Now this blog is hosted from Slicehost. I hope that this is the last time that I'll be moving it in a while. Since i was moving software i updated my django install. Which broke the blog in sutch a way that I couldn't post anymore. Now i have finally updated to Django 1.0 so i should be posting more frequently again.
The Chilean openstreetmap maps are still offline though. Sorry.
Ohhh... I also, since 2 months I am calling The kingdom of the Netherlands home again! but more on that in some future post.
|[en] Scribbles||meta, mei 6, 2007|
Just added the new feature, where the bookmarks I add to del.icio.us are automatically shown on the blog page. Might be useful for people wanting to keep track of what I am investigating. Also, for me not to loose my way too much when i am behind someone else PC.
|Support for Scribefire via MetaWeblog|
|[en] Scribbles||meta, xml-rpc, mei 6, 2007|
In an attempt to make it easier to push thoughts and quick notes to protocultura, I've just finished coding support for the MetaWeblog standard into the software. Now I can blog from the scribe fire plug in for firefox. Really useful (I hope).
|Parando spam en los comentarios.|
|[es] Code||akismet, meta, spam, apr 7, 2007|
Espero que esto frena en gran medida los abusos de Spam que hemos visto en protocultura.
Puede ser que marca un comentario legítimo como spam. En este caso, igual me llega un correo y lo puedo corregir fácilmente.
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|The new protocultura photo|
|[en] Life and stuff||meta, pochoco, trekking, mrt 18, 2007|
The mountain isn't all that high or difficult to climb, but once you are on top, it's an amazing view at the rest of the Andes Mountain range. There you realize how big it really is.
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