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Wordpress Sites to Convert to Drupal 5

Drak.net is on the PHP5 bandwagon, and we have another incentive to convert our (well, my) wordpress sites... by Memorial Day:

  • CockrillCorp.com (we can charge a couple hundred)
  • ShadowAppys.com (Cathy- also a paying client who still owes and will pay a couple hundred)
  • ReedLindsay.com (same deal, he wants to pay for an upgrade anyway)
  • DemCC.com (my brother, total deadbeat, but hey...)
  • ???

Drak.net is on the PHP5 bandwagon, and we have another incentive to convert our (well, my) wordpress sites... by Memorial Day:

  • CockrillCorp.com (we can charge a couple hundred)
  • ShadowAppys.com (Cathy- also a paying client who still owes and will pay a couple hundred)
  • ReedLindsay.com (same deal, he wants to pay for an upgrade anyway)
  • DemCC.com (my brother, total deadbeat, but hey...)
  • ???

Anjali's Web Site Plans

Excitement!

anjfp: my new job is awesome, new masters program is great, taking a break from competition for a couple weeks, things are good
I3IVIIVI: Yay!!
I3IVIIVI: So let's get a web site rolling...
anjfp: i was actually going to email you as my travels and meeting other athletes and things have given me a better idea of things for an athlete website
anjfp: yes lets do it
anjfp: im so excited
anjfp: you have no idea

Excitement!

anjfp: my new job is awesome, new masters program is great, taking a break from competition for a couple weeks, things are good
I3IVIIVI: Yay!!
I3IVIIVI: So let's get a web site rolling...
anjfp: i was actually going to email you as my travels and meeting other athletes and things have given me a better idea of things for an athlete website
anjfp: yes lets do it
anjfp: im so excited
anjfp: you have no idea

URL and Purpose, functionality

anjfp: so i do want to get www.anjaliforberpratt.com or somethign to that effect if we can
anjfp: the sooner i know what the domain name/address will be the better, in that i am working on putting together an athlete portfolio to try and round up sponsorship, so if i can say oh and this will be my website, though its under construction right now, or something that that it would be stellar

Amazing Things Zing Auction implementation detail fixes

Can anyone figure out why Category module is listing images associated with items (even though the images aren't in the category themselves)?

category module listing images
category module listing attached images of nodes drupal

Very, very strange. If you just click on the image node and edit it and save it, without changing anything, it stops being listed.

If you unpublish the image node, of course, you also get rid of it-- and can still see it in the picture.

But if you click

HTTrack from the command line, some preliminary notes

Warning: None of the below was successfully used. We switched from a Mac to use an httrack GUI client.

From http://www.httrack.com/html/fcguide.html

Example:

httrack http://www.shoesizes.com/bob/ -O /tmp/shoesizes -N "%h%p/%n.%t"

Warning: None of the below was successfully used. We switched from a Mac to use an httrack GUI client.

From http://www.httrack.com/html/fcguide.html

Example:

httrack http://www.shoesizes.com/bob/ -O /tmp/shoesizes -N "%h%p/%n.%t"

[where] %h is http://www.shoesizes.com or ftp://ftp.shoesizes.com), %p stands for the pathname (e.g., /bob/), %n stands for the name of the file, and %t stands for type (file extension).

So I think I want to use this option:

-N "http://archive.example.org%p/%n.%t"

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blockquote>
Details: User-defined option N

Get the value of a single associative array element

split array into key and value

I want to do what foreach does, but without the iteration, because I know I only have one value.

Oh, maybe each()?

Side note: It appears that Drupal coding standards (at least several examples in core) call for a lowercase, not capitalized, "as" in

foreach ($array as $key => $value) {
  ...
}

I ended up using <code>$key = key($single_element_assoc_array);

And then getting the value with $value = $single_element_assoc_array[$key];

split array into key and value

I want to do what foreach does, but without the iteration, because I know I only have one value.

Oh, maybe each()?

Side note: It appears that Drupal coding standards (at least several examples in core) call for a lowercase, not capitalized, "as" in

foreach ($array as $key => $value) {
  ...
}

I ended up using <code>$key = key($single_element_assoc_array);

And then getting the value with $value = $single_element_assoc_array[$key];

Icon changing and editing in Mac OS X

You cannot drag and drop the icon to create it in Mac OS X Tiger

You have to click the upper representation of the icon in the "Get Info" pane and select Copy from the Edit menu (control click doesn't get you anything, either)

http://interfacelift.com/icons-mac/

for designing icons and anything else, see:

Domain Name Server caching on personal computers

Perusing Yahoo's rules for speeding up your web site, I came across the explanation to an interesting phenomenon.

On Dan's computer, it can take hours after the DNS resolves on our ISP, for his computer to recognize it! (I have to out my co-collective member at Agaric: He still uses Microsoft Windows.)

Yahoo explains:

Agaric Wants a way to replace a directory, have SVN just deal

So we're moving a client's site from a server that only had FTP, and find out the download wasn't complete after we already added the files to our SVN repository. So I thought, this is what Subversion does, right? You make local changes and it keeps track of them. Apparently, wrong. Not when it comes to replacing entire directories.

svn replace directory with another directory
.svn' containing working copy admin area is missing

So we're moving a client's site from a server that only had FTP, and find out the download wasn't complete after we already added the files to our SVN repository. So I thought, this is what Subversion does, right? You make local changes and it keeps track of them. Apparently, wrong. Not when it comes to replacing entire directories.

svn replace directory with another directory
.svn' containing working copy admin area is missing

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blockquote>If it is an option, I would recommend you do a new checkout and then just copy any files you had modified over the top of your new checkout.

Drupal Indymedia setup notes from Boston volunteer Developer

ekes' Hidden module for
hiding stories. Ekes is an Indymedia developer and involved with the
larger IMC Alternatives project. It's a pretty good module save for
one issue I'll explain in a second. Here's a quick rundown of all the
modules we're using though:

- Akismet
- Captcha
- CCK (along with calendar, date, link, imagefield, and email fields)
- Hidden
- Imagecache
- MySite (installed by not active)
- Notify
- Panels
- PathAuto
- Token
- Update Status
- Views

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blockquote>
ekes' Hidden module for
hiding stories. Ekes is an Indymedia developer and involved with the
larger IMC Alternatives project. It's a pretty good module save for
one issue I'll explain in a second. Here's a quick rundown of all the
modules we're using though:

  • Akismet
  • Captcha
  • CCK (along with calendar, date, link, imagefield, and email fields)
  • Hidden
  • Imagecache
  • MySite (installed by not active)
  • Notify
  • Panels
  • PathAuto
  • Token
  • Update Status
  • Views

I'm trying to keep things as close to out of the box as possible so
we're not locked into a heavily customized site that we can't keep

Listing of all possible ancestor paths DEFEATED!

Rube Goldberg has nothing on me.

Here it is, in its last testing phase. It'll get the comments cleaned up, but after-the-fact advice on the way the module actually works would be greatly appreciated.

Rube Goldberg has nothing on me.

Here it is, in its last testing phase. It'll get the comments cleaned up, but after-the-fact advice on the way the module actually works would be greatly appreciated.


function cmt_get_ladders($tid) {
// each level is either done, or has the tid (or count?) of the next term to trace
// ladder[0] has levels 0, 1, 2, 3
// level 2 had an extra tid (term 1 had two parents)
// level 1 had two extra tid (had three parents)
// when we reach level 3, the term given has no parents
// return to the most recent fork, level 2
// duplicate ladder [0] to ladder [1], unset everything above level