On the Weekends: A Side of Web

I enjoy web-based design work quite a bit, at least in moderation, and find that dabbling in it over the weekends and on some not-so-busy evenings is a nice break from the normal cycle. I have been working mainly on the Banshee Wiki. It has a new tango-esq theme, and validates as XHTML 1.1/CSS2, which I think is fairly unheard of in a Wiki. I also extended my release monitor extension, which allows pages to have custom tags that expand with information about a tarball release on a given project.

I am working on MediaWiki+WordPress integration for Springboard. Since we use MediaWiki so much, I thought it was only fair to switch my personal site to this same platform combination. My blog is now powered by, *sigh*, yet another WordPress install – but I guess there’s a good reason for its popularity. I am still working on the wiki side of things, but the WordPress theme now pulls in its elements from the common theme I am working on for MediaWiki. This is going to be very nice: two content engines dressed up by a single theme, and sharing data. More on this will follow.

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2 Responses to On the Weekends: A Side of Web

  1. Hi Abock

    very nice your site, you use in your blog wordpress, you have some tar with your process to mix wiki and wordpress. to download



  2. Dave Foster says:

    Hey, nice work with the Banshee site, it looks great. Can’t get enough of these new Tango icons!

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