Now that Taskboy.com is regularly updated with rsync, I feel like I’ve got a reasonable system in place. The first taskboy content management system was pretty cool, but it was meant for a much bigger and dynamic site that what I had planned. There are definitely ideas in there that will be recycled. The current system uses Andy Wardley’s Template Toolkit. This helps to really enforce a consistent style. Right now, I’m only interested in static pages, so I’m not using 1/10 of what TT can do. I’ll probably release more details about taskboy’s particular setup later on that site.
This is a blog by Joe Johnston.
Mr. Johnston has been developing web applications since 1997 using Open Source Software like Linux, Apache, MySQL, and Perl. As a technical writer, he co-authored O'Reilly's Programming Web Applications with XML-RPC and contributed to UNIX Power Tools, 3rd. ed..
Hobbies include board game design, publishing RPG supplements, composing music, and running a SETI@Home cluster of Raspberry PIs.
Mr. Johnston was born and has resided most of his life in Massachusetts, for reason too obvious to mention.
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- A Public Kaizen on Blogging
- On Single-play games
- plerd-cli - an interactive tool for Plerd
- Picture, if you will
- Configuring emacs25 with perltidy, an epic adventure
- A New Hope
- Testing network speed with raspberry pi
- A systemd service file for plerdwatcher and more
- Taskboy Blogging again for the first time