It looks like Google may send traffic your way for domain names you don't even own. How?
The user management of OpenX is a little confusing if you are used to other systems. There is a blog-post about the user system on the OpenX-blog giving a good overview.
One aspect that they seem to have forgotten is dat users may want to change their password. A "I forgot my password" link is provided, but other than that there is no way to change your password.
So you may see a few weird menu items, blog posts and/or categories. This is because I disabled the WPML (multi-language) plugin. Recently, they went commercial and since then (or thereabouts) I've had trouble updating. Then, my server was hacked. I am not in the least way implying this was due to WPML, but the fact is that it was out of date along with three other plugins. The others I could update. WPML, not so much.
I can't wait until my kid will be old enough to play with Lego (OK, so that may be slightly premature, considering we're due in april). Maybe I shouldn't look for excuses and just get some. This stuff is so cool. Incidentally, the numbers are black on white. Believe it or not, I took a few seconds to realize that.
I warned you this blog would be about anything I like. So just a quick post to say I've put my holiday pictures up on Flickr.
For a customer I've been running an import of old content into a Drupal installation and I got the feeling that the process seemed to run slower and slower. We say "meten is weten" in Dutch ("measuring is knowing"), so I wondered if it was possible to write a single SQL query to find out how many nodes were created per hour since the start of the import. This is the query I came up with:
SELECT FLOOR((node.changed - 1304604369) / 3600) AS hour, COUNT(nid) FROM node WHERE node.changed >= 1304604369 GROUP BY hour;
None of this Drupalified "there's a module for that" stuff. This is hard core, direct talking to Solr
This reviewer from the Wall Street Journal puts into words what has been my opinion about the Mini Countryman for a while. It's great my dad still gets to drive a Mini because of it, it's a great drive, I might even consider it myself if I was really pressed for space. But...
We'd never build a full-size Mini truck, would we, Meine Herren? The Germans burst into gales of laughter: Hah. Hah. Hah. Hah. Never a D-segment sedan? Again, Das ist nicht moglich!
Apparently, I am late to the game, but this is a really interesting video. Edit: Not to mention that this Paul Irish guy is the good kind of crazy. Mothereffing awesome!