Quoting Robert Heffernan (bob.heffernan at gmail.com):
> I think it's worth pointing out that blogs.linux.ie, while off the
> beaten track of the main website, is a relatively vibrant part of
Three entries since July 2004, with eight total comments:
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post. Edit or delete it, then
[Chinese-characters post -- probably comment spam.]
Hey guys, an OLD Linux head here, I'm running from home on SuSe
Linux 8.2 pro on DSL, Apache, mysql+php, Tomcat yadda yadda yadda.
Think we need to talk. Have a look at my site(s).
Hey Brian - I dont think your site is the first blog site in
Ireland! Theres plenty out there already!
didnt know that Irland had internet in the first place
this is a test post in the main blog!
We're well on our way in the move to WordPress! This design was taken
from Chris Arthur's site and looks much better than the old blue one
that was here! Keep an eye out, Ill make some minor modifications to
it, and I mean minor, I really like this template!
You mean you are using wordpress right now!! Well to be honst I
haven seen better design, but I guess content well what get this blog
rolling if ever. I use Expression Engine, check it out..
Thks for the MU-WP. Just waiting for the register.php
bagaiman cara mengesperesi sebuat word pressu dengan baik
> I suppose many of the blogs are not strictly linux related
> (mine is not at all, for instance) but some of them are.
Blogs perform an _absolutely_ vital role, in keeping many people's
tendency towards unselective personal monologue from plaguing Usenet:
We should all be grateful. They have all the societal virtues of
shower-stall karaoke, in that sense.
While an RSS aggregator would indeed make the stop-me-before-I-blog-again
faction happy -- as to reasons why those should not be presented as
ILUG's organisational public presence, I leave that as an exercise for
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