More tweaks 09 Dec, 2002
The more observant among you may have noticed a new feature on this site as of this evening, in that you can now submit comments against individual blog entries as well as against articles. The blog version of the comments feature is slightly different to that used for articles, although the same base form is used; I think the two methods make sense in each context. Hope this is of use. Needless to say, the proliferation of Comments (0) text splattered around my blogs make me look a right Norman-no-mates!
Anyway, if you're interested, the technique employed is a bit like Codestore's in-line responses code. This wee tweak builds on something I had to do in a web app (in Notes 4.6.3 no less!) a few years ago. It uses a "hack" to add a form to the bottom of another design element, although in this site's case that element is a
$$ViewTemplate rather than another "normal" form.
Moving on, Ned Batchelder has written a style guide for error logs. It seems oh-so-basic; much sucking of eggs by grandma. But wait: a lot of coders make these mistakes, and it can't hurt to re-iterate good ways of error logging. Nice one Ned!
Other cool stuff: Johan releases Log4LS 0.1
Yep, new version of freedom blog released today, version 1.0.3. Here's the browser demo (the notes client UI is almost identical).
I don't want anything in return, wishlists or other bs. I just hope, people write good blogs with it.
Now, I wonder what Anthony's referring to?