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Not Terribly Happy With Installatron

  18/03/11 10:20, by , Categories: Software

No, I'm not as one more thing has gone wrong with b2evolution & this time it's Installatron that's the villan.

I upgraded the b2evolution install to the latest version & the Installatron installer deleted the additional b2evolution themes (skins) I'd added into R3. This meant that the weblog site was down.

I'm hoping I can find a work-around that will mean I don't have to do some kind of manual recovery each time I do an upgrade ... a big part of why I pay for Installatron is to automate the update process.

Tessa Clement

  14/03/11 14:29, by , Categories: Sites, People
Tessa Clement

My wife, Tessa, has had a food related blog for a long time at The Unknown Chef but just as I found when I only had one blog she often has something she'd like to blog about that doesn't fit her parameters for that site.

She's now launched a second blog "Tessa Clement" to provide a home for those postings.

Naturally, it's hosted here on Revision 3.

Kiore: Return of The Rat

  08/03/11 16:56, by , Categories: Sites

I've had the Kiore.Com, celebrating New Zealand's native rat, domain name for five years longer than I've had muffins.co.nz one, but I only put a real site up on it a few months before I launched the muffins site. As explained  in a related article "The Rat Is Back"  I acquired the domain name for an email address, just as I acquired my clement.co.nz personal domain name for the same purpose a few years later.

Last night I restored the surviving postings from the first year of Kiore.com. I'm going to try to get some of the later stuff back, and failing that will add new content as it becomes available.

Muffins out of the cupboard

  07/03/11 10:21, by , Categories: Sites

Wow! Talk about deja vue.

I just resurrected muffins.co.nz after it having been dead for nearly 6 years. This was the 2nd time I've resurrected it (full story on-site)  I managed to get most of the content from the original restore back from archive.org.

It felt really weird as I created this site not long before I started going out with my wife, Tessa. A lot of personal history in this little site.

 

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