I have just this morning written a very basic web-based HTML editor that I will use to manage some of the articles posted to this site, particularly in the GNU/Linux section.
I sometimes find it frustrating to have to SSH in to modify some of the content on the site, so I’ve made it a little easier on myself. Some of the articles under the GNU/Linux section should now be updated more frequently!
After a long run of having the Mindnet.Ca server running off a Knoppix Live CD, I figured it was time to pull everything together and put www.mindnet.ca, the Mindnet CVS, and The Bag Of Holding (TBOH) all on a properly installed and configured server. After careful consideration with regards to security, performance, and especially stability, I’ve decided to have the server run on Ubuntu Linux. Ubuntu is a Debian GNU/Linux based distribution that has a more consistant release cycle. Ubuntu is a fairly fresh (new) distribution, so it’s development model still needs to mature, however the project looks promising.
The Bag of Holding (TBOH) is a Dungeons & Dragons (D20) gaming group that I am honored to be apart of. TBOH has it’s own (very active) website that has grown in content rapidly, and hosts crazy amounts of information on group members, current campaigns, characters and plot-lines.
Mindnet.ca currently hosts the TBOH wiki, and I am the primary maintainer of the Wiki website.
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