Done for now

Everything should be okay. Report any web site problems to the kwlug-discussion list. Site work completed (for the moment) at 2300H21Mar2006

Added flexinode moduile

Added flexinode module. This allows the creation of arbitrary node forms from existing node components. This will be used to connect presentation topics with meeting dates.

Added event module

Added event module to allow the association of dates with specific nodes. This will be used for meetings and presentations.

Added small kwlug log

Added small kwlug logo for fancy theme.

Added phptemplate and fancy

Added phptemplate template engine.
Added fancy theme.

Disabled sifr functions in fancy theme.

Warning: web site work in progress

Hi. I'm working on the site during the evening of Tuesday 21 March 2006. You are not imaging the errors, mistakes, failures and random goofs. They are real.

Meaty compilers


What I learned from this week's Debian Weekly News: If you don't enjoy beef, enterprising carnivores can compile their programs with chicken.

Oh. And for those wacky vegetarians, there's Open-COBOL. Sigh.

(Oh. And Drupal has security flaws and needs an upgrade.)

UPDATE: Ace of Penguins has been orphaned! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!



This is another plugin for Drupal. It allows wikis that look and feel like wikis, if we want to go in that direction. See:

for an example.

Forum replies are not visible to guest users

If you are not logged in you can see the first post to forums, but you can't see subsequent posts. Somewhere there is a permissions problem.

Is a forum reply a "comment"? It appears that Drupal is locking out blog comments for guests as well...

[b]Update:[/b] Yep. That was it. Anonymous users need to be able to view comments.

How can I set my blog to allow commenting by default?

Back to reality

The above post was an oportunity for me to examine all of the allowed tags for posting here in order to prepare for the actual job at hand. I am now ready to go.

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