Depreciation Notice

As of today, October 22, 2007, Breadcrumb Navigation XT version 1.9.x is no longer supported or available for general consumption. A month ago Breadcrumb Navigation XT 1.10.0 was released, bringing with it support for WordPress 2.3’s new taxonomy system. This version has been tested and verified to work on WordPress 2.2 installations, and can be safely used by those of you still blogging using that depreciated platform. Look forward to Breadcrumb NavXT 2.0 sometime next month. Additionally, WordPress 2.2 support will no longer be guaranteed in one more month as I develop in a WordPress 2.3 environment.

-John Havlik

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Busy Weeks

The past two weeks have, to say the least, interesting. By next month, development on WP Trainer will begin. At that time, a quick update with more enhancements to Berry will occur. This includes fixing up the code section of this blog, and updating Moo.WP (mainly as it is a dependency for WP Trainer). Due to demand, watch out for a full-fledged Aptana installation on Gentoo Linux guide, with pictures. Along with the guide the SVG sources to the Aptana logo in the Tango color scheme will be released as the developers still have not made a SVG (or transparent PNG for that matter) logo readily available.

-John Havlik

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Something Fresh, Coming Soon

Yep, it is launch time; stay tuned for a band-new weblogs.us website. New features include a automated sign-up queue form, automated Recently Updated Blogs section, an official Weblogs.us blog, a automated testimonials section, a new “web 2.0” design with logo, and some AJAX magic. Contrary to popular belief, this is not the final revision. Something much better is coming this spring; simply put the next launch will introduce a new platform based on WordPress.

-John Havlik

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Moo.WP Renamed

Beginning next week (hopefully), moo.wp will be archived and a new release will present itself. As of this new release moo.wp will now be known and WP-JStoolkit. This coincides with the restructuring of the moo.fx family into mootools. New features other than containing the modular mootools, will include a wp-jstoolkit.js which is editable from the admin panel. What mootools brings to the table now is a completely modular, and lightweight javascript toolkit. In previous versions of moo.fx and family, there was a dependency on prototype or prototype.lite, now mootools is completely independent of prototype, but can accept prototype style commands to retain backward compatibility. Previously when moo.wp was released, mootools was still having some compatibility issues, now it seems to be fully functional, and therefore warrants inclusion.

-John Havlik

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