"I don’t know what Web 3.0 will look like, but Web 4.0 will be built with structural markup and <blink> tags."
As some of you might know, I have to work with Plone quite often.
Today I had to upgrade a Plone 3.0 instance to Plone 3.1 (22.214.171.124 actually). Not quite a big problem, push the new tarball in, run portal_migration and be ready… Not here, just after the upgrade, all our customized forms have stopped working (we had customized join_form and personalize_form heavily), the only error in event.log was:
Module plone.protect.utils, line 32, in _curried
Module plone.protect.authenticator, line 60, in check
Forbidden: Form authenticator is invalid.
Well, for all of you who will have the same problem (and for me to remember):
You have to add
<input tal:replace="structure context/@@authenticator/authenticator" />
<input type="hidden" name="form.submitted" value="1" />
in your Page Template ;)
So long, and have fun with this great product :)
Yeah, I know, Firefox 3.0 is not yet released by Mozilla (but it soon will be, and you can help them achieving a worldrecord), but I used the betas and release candidates for a long time and like to share my experience.
Just some more words before I start: Firefox 3.0 is fucking great, so
And now to my small addon collection:
Sorry, but I find the new Awesomebar just fucking ugly and way too big for my 12" screen.
oldbar makes the URL bar look like in Firefox 2.0 again (but it won’t change the searching algorithm, though :/)
2. Adblock Plus
No, you can’t live without a proper adblocker in todays internet and Adblock Plus is the best one.
3. Delicious Bookmarks
I do not like all those social 2.0 sites out there, but del.icio.us is great, and this addon will bring you all the nice stuff directly into your browser.
4. Faviconize Tab
Have a way too small screen? Or just too much tabs? Use this one to make them as small as their favicon :)
It’s allways nice to know where the server is located you’re connected with – now you see a small flag of that country.
Looking at many photos? Wanna know which camera was used? Look in the EXIF information with FxIF without switching away from your beloved browser.
7. Google Pagerank Status
You’re a SEO, aren’t you? ;)
See Wikipedia results directly in your Google search.
9. It’s all text!
Annoyed by typing texts into regular webforms? Use your favorite text editor for that!
Your keyboard is made for more then just text.
11. Live HTTP Headers
Ah I see, you’re a hacker, not a SEO. Now you can see all the stuff going between your browser and the server – live!
The internet is for porn.. eh.. malware, exploits and such. Kill them all with NoScript!
13. Resurrect Pages
Webserver /.’ed? File not found? But the internet does not forget, search the caches NOW.
14. Tamper Data
As I said, you’re a hacker – manipulate all the forms before sending them to the server.
15. URL Fixer
youporn.con? Yes, it works!
16. User Agent Switcher
Silly website wants a sucky IE? Or Windows, but you are running Linux? Just tell them you’re brave (aren’t you?).
17. Web Developer
CSS sometimes sucks, fix it now. And yeah, it can save even more time than just fixing CSS.
Uhm, that’s all. Don’t have any more plugins installed – if you do leave me a comment :)
And yeah, most of these addons are not 3.0 specific, but who cares? They still rock!
Due to a weakness in OpenSSL’s randon number generator, SSH keys have been removed on Alioth, and SSH logins through public-key authentication have been disabled. The latter will be restored when some safeguards have been set up so that insecure keys are not re-installed. Please upgrade your OpenSSL libraries as per the Debian Security Advisory #1571, then ensure your keys are safe (or, preferably, generate new keys), then install them on your account management page.
Will go and regenerate my SSH keys NOW.
Well, regenerated, but cannot upload to alioth:
Secure Connection Failed
alioth.debian.org uses an invalid security certificate.
The certificate expired on 11.05.2008 20:43.…
So here is what I did to hear my Icecast stream (which is filled with data by my MPD):
1. Get the last version from http://symbianoggplay.sourceforge.net/nSIS – at the time of writing it is OggPlayS60V3_1_80b2.sis.
2. If you do not have an older version of OggPlay installed, you may need a skin – see the OggPlay homepage for details.
3. Send the file via Bluetooth to the phone.
4. Get the .m3u file for the stream.
5. Send the .m3u file via Bluetooth to the phone and notice it will refuse to save it :/
6. Send the .m3u file via USB to the phone.
7. Open OggPlay 1.80b2
8. Search for new files.
9. Go to "ogg_text_string_15" (that should be streams, dunno why it fails here)
10. Select your m3u and let it play.
11. Notice that it plays like shit, too many gaps.
12. Set Settings > Playback > Buffering mode to Single thread as suggested in the forums, notice that the playback did not get any better.
13. Set Settings > Playback > Buffering mode to No buffering.
Until now I listened to a couple of Marilyn Manson and Megaherz tracks without any problems. But the phone gets a little bit warm, and I bet my battery will be low in some hours.
HAIL OGG Vorbis
\o \o/ o/ *dance*
ThinkPad sounds so solid and brave, not like what I am doing with it :)
So I am interested how one could call it (still having some connection to "ThinkPad").
Mine are called:
shinkupaddo – that what comes out if you try to "translate" ThinkPad to Japanese
chiisai – and this when you are as creative as I am and translate "small" to Japanese
And how is yours called?
You heard it!
You need it!
You get it!
Zak McKracken – Between Time and Space download here at die-welt.net (grab it, as long I do not need to pay my traffic :>) (and oh, I have MD5 for you: 79f6d55618c70802b2897d7dbca73abd zak2install.tar.gz)
Oh, and maybe visit zak2.org.
As Miry blogs, gnash 0.8.2 (the first beta) works well with youtube and she has packages for Debian ready. Her post forced me to fetch the packages from http://incoming.debian.org and give gnash a try.
Yeah, youtube really works, but this is not the only flash-based service out there, so I decided to try gnash (one more time) in my daily life/work/whatever.
So here is the first shot:
Google Video – does not work
derbauer.de – does display something, but that cannot be called working
unitymedia.de – works fine
myvideo.de – does not work
fonic.de – does display about 30% of the animation
nokia.de – animations work, product chooser misses all images and text
sonyericsson.com – makes gnash <defunct> (so "does not work")
speedtest.net – no text, no functionality, but graphics
some flash/actionscript based games of a friend of mine load, have also text problems and different ActionScript bugs
It does not look good for gnash, but I leave it installed for now to see which pages I will visit tomorrow at work.
today I’ve read an announcement, that spicebird, an outlook like, open source mail client with contacts, tasks, calendar and rs management. That sounds good, so I decided to give it a try. I downloaded and configured it for my default mail account here at die-welt.net. While trying around, I found some things, which should be improved:
I think that’s all (for now) – will come back when I have multiple mail accounts, news and rss-feeds activated…