Xiven has now fixed the error that I mentioned earlier today (love this funky weblog thing), and I’m now working on stopping Epistula’s pingBack implementation from treating an XML-RPC error as a fatal one. I think we need a couple
Times like this I wish the new version of Epistula was working so I could just add this as a crossreference to the related article, but anyway, it seems like someone has found and interviewed Ellen Feiss.
First, my foot is bleeding. Both my feet are bleeding. In many ways, this is my own stupid fault, but since I walked half an hour to the bus-stop this morning, and my new socks (With penguins on them) now
14 princibles of polite programming The article discusses how people will like your program more if it’s polite. Not just that it says “Please” “Thank you” and “Sorry”, but that it actually predicts what you want next, tells you want
Simon wants a way of saying “This person has more information on this” in a link. Aquarius doesn’t think this needs XML, or a defined format at all. I agree. My solution to this is currently being worked into Epistula,