2007 e cam gata. Si odata cu sfarsitul anului au venit si concediile (o saptamana aproape s-a terminat), timp pentru odihna, stat deoparte de ceea ce inseamna ecran de calculator (n-am rezistat decat cateva zile) si de petrecere.
Mai e timp si de meditat la ceea ce am facut bine sau rau in anul care a trecut si ce vrem sa schimbam pentru anul care vine, sa ne hotaram pe niste obiective pe care sa le aatingem pana la anul pe vremea asta. Eu unul sunt destul de multumit cu ce mi-a iesit anul asta; nu totul a fost perfect, dar scorul final e pozitiv.
Oh well, timpul alocat netului pe ziua de azi e limitat, asa ca La Multi Ani tutoror si multa distractie de anul nou!
P.S. Desi cam cu intarziere, invatati sa ziceti La Multi Ani si Craciun Fericit in muuulte limbi, aici.
Maybe this is old, but I just found out: MovableType went open source with one of their branches. There is still a paid version, but is seems that the open source version can do everything that MT 4.1 could. Find out more details on their site, here and you can download the latest nightly build here.
This is a good news for bloggers who want to experiment with different platforms before commiting (and paying) for one.
Cum maine e vineri, uite un clip amuzant pentru cei care muncesc:
Finally I’ve taken a few hours to put in practice what I have been planning for my blogs: stop them. This applies to my two previous blogs, at https://ivascucristian.com/blog (the technical one) and https://ivascucristian.com/personal (the personal one). The reason is simple: time. I cannot find enough time to clean up the draft posts for both blogs and get them to a form where other people can read them. Secondary reason is that I am not organized enough to maintain two blogs successfully. One alone is not a sure bet either, though.
So I’ve done it. I created a new blog (this one) and migrated all of the content to it. This means posts and comments from the previous blogs can be found here. By doing this I could also update the structure of the permalinks without hurting anyone. Also, to make it easier for people using RSS, I’ve kept the FeedBurner address of the technical blog and forwarded the feed address for the new one to it. If you followed the feed for the personal blog (for which I never got around to setting up a feedburner feed) you will have to update the subscription in your feed reader.
I will still experiment with various plugins, themes and settings during the next few weeks, so if you find something is wrong, send me an e-mail and I will try to fix it as soon as possible. I also promise to post more often. For real this time.