Hi! Do you remember blogs? Well, this used to be one. Now it just serves as an archive for my multiple Twitter accounts.

10 March 2004

I have to completely reprogram Gayattitude and I’m as far from motivated as I can be. I largely prefer to deal with the layout and setup of a new blog, using DotClear. (Which I chose because it looks well designed, and much more pleasant to use than WordPress1.) The blog isn’t for me, and it will be announced later, if it is.

Creating a blog, making a nice, simple layout, now that’s interesting. Reprogramming a site that’s already open, that’s already working (even though it gets slow by 11pm), in order to change the way it works (I’m going to have to write cron jobs to generate the whole chat in HTML static files, because that ought to be the only way for the server not to explode), whereas I haven’t got any idea for the graphical redesign (which I have to do because the current frames layout generates too much traffic — yes, it’s a bit paradoxical for a frameset, I know) is horribly uninteresting.

I’d love to enroll someone to code for me, in exchange for some toast and pop corn, but I wouldn’t, because I don’t trust anyone to put their dirty hands in my scripts.

So for now I reduced the chat’s auto-reload delay. It’ll let the server survive. Or it won’t. Suspense.

1 : I mean, come on. In WordPress, if you want a post to be cut on the homepage, you have to type <!–more–> where you want the cut to be. How could it be any less user-friendly?

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