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I'm new to ASP.NET Weblogs. Thanks to Joe Stagner of course who setup my weblog account and whom I have thrown tons of questions at (Poor Joe. All day answering my messages!). I'm also an old member of GeeksWithBlogs (since January 2005) and cannot just slip away like that! So I considered cross posting, as a permanent procedure, not temp. one. To do cross posting from a Community Server weblog like ASP.NET weblogs to any blog that supports MetaWeblog APIs like SubTEXT (which GeeksWithBlogs.NET uses), ...
Well after 3 years of .Text it is time to move on. For the next version of Geekswithblogs.net we will be implementing a spinoff of .Text named SubText. Our team is currently working on a smooth import process as well as adding the features of .Text that we added to make SubText a very smooth transition. This move will change some of the blog skins by adding new ones and we hope to support some of the older ones as well. This move is still under development, but we see it completing within the next ...
I would like everyone to welcome Box3 to our community. Box3 will be handling Geekswithblogs.net traffic along with Box2 and load balanced (using hardware, not software) to direct traffic correctly. So everyone, welcome Box3! This puts us at 2 web servers and 1 database server. Each machine is dual-core dual-Xeon servers with enough RAM to make everyone salivate. Please let me know if you see any problems or slowness in the site. If you to, report it to support@geekswithblogs.com. Technorati tags: ...
With John and my contribution to an upcoming book (more detail later) and client load for Alexander & Julian Inc., we have been very busy lately. Tonight, I am hoping with the hosting update we will be doing will help stabilize the site and get us back into high performance. The new support system we launched on Geekswithblogs.net has been pretty successful, but not everyone is using it yet. If you have any problems with the site or content of the site, please email support@geekswithblogs.com ...
Wow, it is hard to believe it has been three years as a real community. Sunday marks the three year anniversary of the site as a community, not just my blog. I had written a blog engine that worked for my own, but after a few months of trying to build the admin tooling, I contacted Scott and got this site working with .Text. Hard to believe it is still running the same engine, with a few tweaks. That said, we really need to move into the future. We have started designing the strategy of GWB 2.0, ...