Dougal Campbell's geek ramblings

WordPress, web development, and world domination.

Monthly Archives: June 2006


A couple of years ago, when we moved to the Atlanta area, I was working as a contractor doing some web programming on a project that I couldn’t say much about, because I had signed an NDA. But now I can talk, because the product is officially released (actually, I suppose I could have talked about it back when it was in beta). That product is ViaList. ViaList is software that helps your club, group, … Continue reading

Knock, knock…

I know, I know… I haven’t been very active on the blogging front lately. Once again I’ve been sucked into a swirling vortex of job and home projects, with little-to-no time for participating in blogdom. I’ve managed to keep up with most of the latest memes, and I’ve added a few new bookmarks, but there’s been no opportunity to develop any nifty code or write about the subject of the day. I’ve got eight … Continue reading

WordPress 2.0.3 Tuneup Plugin

A couple of buglets snuck by in the WordPress 2.0.3 release. There should be a version 2.0.4 release relatively soon. But in the meantime, check out the WordPress 2.0.3 Tuneup Plugin, by Mark Jaquith. It fixes a few of the more obvious/annoying problems (mainly errant “Are You Sure?” dialogs when performing certain admin actions). More advanced users can also use SVN to track the 2.0 branch like so: svn co

WordPress 2.0.3 Released

The wee hours of the morning saw the release of WordPress 2.0.3. This release fixes a few bugs that have been identified in the past three months, and it also adds some security enhancements. If you would like a smaller upgrade package, Mark Jaquith has a zip file that contains just the changed files. It’s unofficial, but I’d trust Mark. Also, if you don’t regularly check your WordPress Dashboard to see when new releases are … Continue reading