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After a long love affair with CVS we're finally moving to Subversion . There are several reasons for the move, and I thought I might outline those things that finally pushed us over the edge and some links to places I've found useful.
3.0.1 is the first maintenance milestone post the epic "Glamour" release last year. There are a host of tweaks and changes that are a must for all platforms. If you're running FarCry 3.0 this update should be considered mandatory.
Sending out your blog as an email is not one of those things that immediately springs to mind for the RSS afficionado. I mean there are feed readers for your email client, feed readers for your desktop, feed aggregators and more chomping away at RSS. We've got RSS coming out of our ears -- what lunatic doesn't have an eye permanently stapled to an RSS feed reader?
The webDU keynote animations have been released by Nectarine. This years movies are set to be classics, covering a range of genres including the documentary, action, and porn. Celebrity cameos a-must see. Hmm.. i think I just might compare Breeze and Dreamweaver's features just one more time.
Pete Ottery presented a session on CSS at the WebDU conference in Sydney last week. Part of the preso was the idea of having some simple pre-built CSS/HTML templates to use as a project *starting point*. a toolkit of sorts... Mollio is now live.
Daemonite HQ is beginning to fill up with goodies. Not long now.
Mollio is an ambitious project we're sponsoring to develop a set of HTML templates that can be easily skinned using CSS. Sort of like CSS Zen garden only a much more generic approach to the underlying HTML markup, that will hopefully be semanticaly more appropriate and easier to skin more varied content.
Just couldn't help leaking this little snippet from the webDU conference proceedings. If you are in need of a copy of SQL Server, Visual Studio and MSDN the cost of attending webDU just got a whole lot more appealing. Can't wait to get my hands on a full copy of SQL 2005.
Dale Rankine, the face behind mobile specialists Moket , runs through the development of a Flash Lite conference agenda application, some of the considerations taken with the mobile platform, and future prospects for Flash Lite development. Another webDU 2005 podcast.