My apologies to all of you who have been trying to get around on my site, and being shown absolutely nothing on the search. I installed a plug-in called Search Unleashed and its really a piece of work. No excuses, though – the search is finally working and i cant complain about it.
Dreamhost sent me a letter complaining about my percentage use and deleted my SEO plug-in in an effort to solve that. =( It was possibly the most irritating thing to happen in all of July, so please bear with me. I have been running this craziness on my own server and seen no spike because of SEO, the primary bastard was Search Unleashed.
Indexing for search is a process that lots of applications have to handle. The catch being that you are unable to do it without slamming the server. Search Unleashed is neat, in that it provides a few options, only problem is that each time you change anything it has to re-index, and it only provides a means to do it en-masse.
- It clears the cache if you change the index type
- It clears the cache when you update the plug-in
- It clears the cache when you change an option
And it wont index periodically.
Instead of crying i will simply say that it is frustrating and cover my mouth.
|Create New Databases
|Projects Hierarchy change to projects.gneu.org
|Media Wiki Moved
|Redirection from old host names moved
|Correct Minor Issues
|Setup Backup scripts
|Configure Uptime Monitoring
Dreamhost is being exceptionally supportive. I am quickly progressing through my todo items and having a pretty good time doing it. I Have some serious respect for any host that allows me to set up a subdomain for my mysql connections =).
Very cool guys.
Last night I started work on an application that is going to have all the features of UnCodex (which has the features of UClasses and UnDox) and is going to become its successor. Of course this means its going to pull time away from OMS but I am confident with my team and our time management skills to be able to continue meeting our goals, if not blowing by them!
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Oh how i love shared hosting.
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Its quite unfortunate in my eyes that it has come to this, but unfortunately I have to admit defeat. As of the 9th of November my wiki has been fouled up and unfortunately for me and having a bad backup method the wiki’s content is no longer available. I have had some discussion about this and will instead look to bring back a few select tutorials I still have through wordpress, but unfortunately I don’t have them all. My HL2 Stuff has already been migrated over to the source developers wiki and while I don’t suggest you look too hard at that stuff, I will no longer be hosting it, unless a miracle occurs and things are found.
All and all, its pretty sad, but I am more willing to write on this format now, over having three routes. I may end up reopening the wiki as my game development continues and matures, but for now I am very unhappy to say that I will be abandoning it.
Apparently there is an issue with mediawiki that occurred on the 9th. I am looking into it, dont stress.
this time I take you into the beginnings and explain why things were the way that they turned out. It’s going to be very emotional for me to put this to digital paper, but I hope that my trials and tribulations will help you when time comes for your websites to be built. Much of what I have gone through has lead me to the way that I build sites now, and I hope to either teach or be taught better ways in the future.
Continue reading “Chronicles of Swallowbush – Escape from Geocities”