Moving blogs yet again (blog.majesticseacreature.com)

Hi folks,

This is a one time announcement of where the bulk of my Ruby writing
will be in the future.

You’ll be able to find it at: http://blog.majesticseacreature.com

Please be advised that I’m aware my blogging engine is totally lame,
but it makes me happy, which means I might be more inclined to write
more / better.

This won’t be limited to Ruby discussion, but it should stay fairly
technical. When I started my other blog, I never guessed not everyone
would like random rants on religion, politics, and the occasional bad
poetry.

This one will be more on topic and possibly more relevant. :slight_smile:

-greg

PS: I know I move my blog too frequently, so I’ll try to at least stay
at the URL mentioned above for a while. :slight_smile:

PPS: Sorry for the noise to those uninterested.

Gregory B. wrote:

Hi folks,

This is a one time announcement of where the bulk of my Ruby writing
will be in the future.

You’ll be able to find it at: http://blog.majesticseacreature.com

If possible, have the old site (and feeds) issue an HTTP 301 Moved
Permanently header with the new URLs.


James B.

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Gregory B. wrote:

Hi folks,

This is a one time announcement of where the bulk of my Ruby writing
will be in the future.

You’ll be able to find it at: http://blog.majesticseacreature.com

Please be advised that I’m aware my blogging engine is totally lame,
but it makes me happy, which means I might be more inclined to write
more / better.

The comment system (or the lack thereof) is a major issue here – I’ve
been down a similar road myself, and if it weren’t for that I may have
stayed there. It’s fun… but then again, is it a good use of one’s
time?

T.

On Aug 6, 2008, at 9:17 AM, Thomas S. wrote:

system?

http://disqus.com

integrates perfectly into static web pages

see http://reinh.com for an example

Blessings,
TwP

The comment system (or the lack thereof) is a major issue here

I always fancied it this way - the simpler, the better. If it is
somewhat elegant while staying simple, it is almost perfect. :slight_smile:

The only thing I really hate about comment systems in general are
certain type of captchas (not all).

Marc H. wrote:

The comment system (or the lack thereof) is a major issue here

I always fancied it this way - the simpler, the better. If it is
somewhat elegant while staying simple, it is almost perfect. :slight_smile:

The only thing I really hate about comment systems in general are
certain type of captchas (not all).

Do you have any idea for a solution? – A simpler, better comment
system?

T.

On Wed, Aug 6, 2008 at 3:46 AM, James B. [email protected]
wrote:

If possible, have the old site (and feeds) issue an HTTP 301 Moved
Permanently header with the new URLs.

None of them have quite died, just been re-purposed, or are so dead no
one is looking anymore :slight_smile:
In the future, I’ll just do that rather than make the announcement :slight_smile:

-greg

On Wed, Aug 6, 2008 at 11:23 AM, Tim P. [email protected] wrote:

On Aug 6, 2008, at 9:17 AM, Thomas S. wrote:

Do you have any idea for a solution? – A simpler, better comment
system?

http://disqus.com

integrates perfectly into static web pages

see http://reinh.com for an example

Oh, thanks for suggesting this Tim, I’ve integrated it. I’ll put it
out crazy fast if I start getting spammed, but it’ll do for now.

http://blog.majesticseacreature.com/archives/2008.08/comment_system.html

-greg

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