What follows is the obligatory “I switched blogging software” post wherein the writer posts nothing interesting or relevant but instead just asserts what the title already tells us.
I will take this opportunity, however, to mention various things I’ve been meaning to write about.
- I’ll be speaking a RailsConf in May, in Portland
- My friend Cloves will be speaking at the RuPy Conference in April, in Poland
- Hampton will be speaking at ETech in March, in San Diego (and RailsConf with me, and at the MySQL conference sometime in the future)
- My book is almost done
- Rick Olson’s rewrite of acts_as_attachment, attachment_fu supports Amazon’s S3 as a storage backend
- I wrote the S3 backend for attachment_fu
- Haml is about to turn 1.5
- I think I’m getting a cold
- Unpspace posted a video of Ryan’s talk for the FOSS
- RubyInside linked to the aforementioned video
- Lucas Carlson’s Ruby Cookbook is amazing
- Rob Orsini’s Rails Cookbook is equally awesome
- JuneBug is a really nice camping-powered wiki that I’ve been using lately
That’s about it. The main thing is that I switched my blog to Mephisto. And it was easy. And Mephisto is so much better than typo it hurts. I hereby issue a heartfelt “good job” to everyone involved in Mephisto.