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Typo 4.0ish

I’ve upgraded this blog to typo 4.0.1(ish). The process was slightly less harrowing than previously as I decided to switch to using svk to manage mirroring the typo trunk. Previously, I had been using subversion vendor branches, but a couple of odd fluctuations in the typo source made that choke (files that turned into directories and vice versa). SVK appears to be more intelligent. Hurrah.

Anyway, typo 4 definitely appears to be shinier than the last release by a long way. It’s got tags (which I’ve had for a while), a revamped admin interface, better support for draft articles and lots more. It also appears that it’s less inclined to spout reams of garbage into the logs, which is nice.

As usual, please let me know if something is acting up. I’ll do my best to fix it.

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Unicode for Rails — accepted

I had a little note today to say that my talk on “Unicode for Rails” has been accepted for RailsConf Europe 2006. Yay!

Now I have to write the thing. This is going to be interesting. I have only a few weeks to go, and most of those weekends are already taken…