So where the heck is 3.0?

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As I mentioned before, the 3.0 version of the blog is pretty much ready to go. The code is in good shape. I'm happy with the features. There is only one thing left to do... documentation. Right now I'm trying like heck to find time to finish it, but real life is getting in the way. That being said, if anyone wants a copy of the code as-is, please email me and I'll give you a drop.

What do I have planned post 3.0? The very first thing I want to add is a new db table for search stats.

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Archived Comments

Comment 1 by jared chandler posted on 1/14/2004 at 3:15 AM

I'd like to take a peek at the code.

Comment 2 by mark mazelin posted on 1/14/2004 at 5:00 PM

I'd be interested in downloading the latest version. Also, does your code have the ability to be installed on one web server and host multiple bloggers? I would like to set up a blog for each of my developers and am wondering if the code will need to be tweaked to accomplish that.


Comment 3 by Raymond Camden posted on 1/14/2004 at 5:28 PM

To download, go to

Mark: The code supports N blogs as long as each is in their own datasource.

Comment 4 by Steve Ray posted on 1/27/2004 at 10:18 PM

Ray, one thing I've noticed while both using your blog app on my site, and reading the comments here on your's, is that Mozilla (Firebird) does not display the vertical scrollbars on the comments screen. Have you noticed that? If they happen to go past the default window size, I gotta open IE to read the rest. I'm sure there's a fix for it, but I don't know what it is.

Comment 5 by Raymond Camden posted on 1/27/2004 at 10:28 PM

What version? I'm running Moz 1.6 and I do not se the issue here.

Comment 6 by Steve Ray posted on 1/27/2004 at 11:31 PM

Mozilla *Firebird* .7. Good to know that regular Mozilla works well. Maybe this is a known bug that they need to fix.