What kind of professor assignees a homework problem on a topic that is out of the scope of the course and it’s prerequisites? This so happens to be the last part of the first question on an assignment that is supposed to take over 12 hours to complete. We get a nice “Warning! mathematical content”, in an Mythbusters fashion. One could not help but to write “No shit” next to it. Oh, and this is spring break, yeah I’m spending it doing homework.
As a side note, to anyone who actually thought WordPress 2.5 would be released on time on the 10th was a little shallow. Even worse where those who thought it would get released on the 17th, a week later. Looking at the Trac roadmap, 2.5 still has 250 bugs today that are unresolved (well some of them have patches awaiting approval). This morning it was over 300, on Monday 1 in 3 tickets for 2.5 were still open. Things are progressing, though a good number of tickets were moved to 2.6 as there was no patch or developer assigned to them.
For 2.5 this blog will be changing over to the Cran-Berry theme, which I’ll continue to tweak and release in April for mass consumption. Cran-Berry is based off of the the now stable Blu-Berry CSS and PHP core. Earlier this week I tweaked the CSS a little bit and fixed a problem with the comments. Major work on cleaning up the code has resolved many of the issues experienced in Blu-Berry. Like the name suggests, Cran-Berry is a WordPress theme with a red color scheme. As for Breadcrumb NavXT 2.1, it will be released sometime near the 21st of March.
[end of transmission, stay tuned]