Archive for December, 2005

Problem with Celebrate Capitalism ™ city sites

Currently, the Celebrate Capitalism™ campaign’s city sites/subdomains are not working (eg. http://NewYork.CelebrateCapitalism.ORG …. http://Bath.CelebrateCapitalism.ORG … http://Melbourne.CelebrateCapitalism.ORG … )

I’m looking into the problem and will report back.

[Later note: System restored to previous status and cities are back online. This has undone the recent update. Will attempt to “re-update” the script once problem is identified.]

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DoS attack crashes PRODOS server

A DoS (Denial of Service) attack on one of my sites crashed the PRODOS server yesterday.

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iLOVEprodos.COM test site reviewed

An almost fully functional version of the forthcoming iLOVEprodos.COM shopping site has been created on a different domain. I spent the better part of 2 days testing every function and making notes for the coder. I’d say there is at least another week of work required before this system can be rolled out.

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Mambo selected

I have chosen Mambo as the CMS (Content Management System) to be used for a collection of new PRODOS project sites.

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Celebrate Capitalism ™ web system: Security holes fixed

215 database vulnerabilities were repaired in the Celebrate Capitalism™ web system.

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50+ Christmas Songs

The songs for the BARBOOLABONG Christmas Street Show have been selected and nearly all the arrangements completed.

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Upgraded to PHP5

I commissioned a Linux expert to upgrade my server to use the latest PHP5 version which will allow the forthcoming CMS-based sites to handle “feeds” from the new message boards. PHP5 allows the news aggregators to handle the advertisements that will be implanted within message board posts.

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Testing & Comparing CMS’s

I have spent time this week testing several CMS’s (Content Management Systems) which will be needed for some PRODOS project sites – probably for a “multi-site” installation.

My current favorites are: Typo3, Mambo, Joomla, Drupal.

I need to do some more testing and comparing before a final decision is reached.

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BARBOOLABONG ™ writing continues

Reporting a highly productive week of BARBOOLABONG™ writing this week.

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Celebrate Capitalism ™ Web system: More security holes discovered

A serious security flaw has been identified within the Celebrate Capitalism ™ web system.

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