This really has not been a problem in the past, but one feels compelled to spell this out due to the actions of a few commenters in the past month or so. On this site, one reserves the right to delete or modify any comment deemed unacceptable. Modifications may include, but are not limited to:
Removal of offensive language
Removal of information that may compromise the security of the commenter’s web server
Removal of excessive links
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Starting immediately, PHP4 environments will not be supported for any of my projects. If you are still running PHP4, please upgrade to PHP5. Most web hosts offer concurrent PHP4 and PHP5 support, inquire about upgrading to PHP5.
Beginning at approximately 6:00PM CST this blog will be undergoing maintenance and may be down, broken, or some combination of the previous two states while maintenance work is done. Normal operation should resume by 8:00PM CST.
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.
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.