Monthly Archives: May 2010

Tina MVC: 0.2 release and 0.3 development branch

Stable version 0.2. This is a roll-up of recent fixes and enhancements. At this stage all development is on the 0.3 branch. Unless bugs appear before I’m ready with 0.3, there will be no further releases prior to 0.3. Get

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Westmoreland College Largely a brochure web site with some customisations. This is the first real outing for Tina MVC (our in-house WordPress plugin framework). WordPress manages all content and templating, making ongoing maintenance a breeze. Customisations are coded using Tina MVC:

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Beware: ISP’s as Hosting Companies – watch your DNS

The symptom You cease your contract with your hosting company, cancel your contract and move your web site. People start to complain that they cannot reach your web site. Nothing seems out of order. The problem: You were hosting with

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Eircom WEP Cracker is Back by Popular Demand

In October 2007 Electric News reported that a vulnerability had been discovered with Eircom supplied DSL modem/routers. This was based on some clever investigative work by Kevin Devine in September of that year. It allowed an attacker to deduce the

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Born To Run Ash Ash is a runner, cyclist and general fitness freak who wins the Death Valley Marathon and runs extreme 70km marathons around Connemmara in his spare time. His web site (built on WordPress) is a simple enough visual affair –

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Tina MVC 0.1.10

Update: 2010-05-06: Ouch – a hurried commit introduced a rather embarrassing bug. It has been fixed and an update has been uploaded as version 0.11. This update contains a roll-up of various enhancements to the core: removal of the PHP

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