I have released the new version of Verse-O-Matic, version 3.0.0. This version looks like the previous version on the output, but the backend of it is very different. I have totally changed the way that the verses are stored and handled, choosing to use the WordPress database installation instead. This makes it MUCH easier for […]
The Verse-O-Matic 3.0 Beta release is currently being tested on this site. The new version is fully compatible with the new WordPress 2.0. The changes were significant and will warranted moving to a new version number. The new Verse-0-Matic begins to incorporate some of the features I have been wanting to add for some time. […]
Following the update of the blog to WordPress 2.0, I have released an upgrade to the Verse-O-Matic Plugin. The new release, Verse-O-Matic 2.1.0, works with WordPress 2.0, 1.5, and should work with 1.2. This update includes a slightly more versatile alternate translation bar. I am working on a couple of new features that will be […]
Well, I completed the upgrade to WordPress 2.0 last night. Things went as smooth as can be expected. No problems with the database, and most of my modifications since the last install were built into the theme pages so no problems there. I did run into an issue that some folks seem to […]
WordPress 2.0 is out. I will be attempting to upgrade the blog sometime this weekend. During this process, the blog may be unavailable. Once that is complete, I will be upgrading the Verse-O-Matic to make sure that it works with WP 2.0. I may also further tinker with the gears a little to finish some […]
This is so funny I wish I could say I thought of it myself. But I didn’t, so I’ll provide the link: A Midwestern Perspective on Politics and Economics
Here is a random thought for the day: Have you ever noticed that the people who walk the slowest always walk side-by-side, making it impossible to get around them. I wouldn’t doubt that these are likely to be the same people that drive 50 mph in the passing lane.