26 March 2007
How to install web 2.0
"By mid 2007 the site (Waterscape) will be upgraded to reflect BW’s new marketing strategy, customer feedback and web 2.0."
I love the implication that you can simply upgrade to web 2.0. Presumably you just need to ssh into the server and apt-get install web2.0, or something.
I think you could probably tack 'principles' or 'ideals' onto that line to get a closer match. But I'm on A/L this week so I wouldn't know if anything was left out or whatnot.
gah! you're so web1.0 using apt-get. You should be using aptitude now to get yer web2.0 loveliness ;)
Posted by paul on 26.3.07 23:11
I'm afraid my experience with Fink (OS X package thingy) has put me off package management systems for life - it's web0.1 and building from source all the way from now on. Tried to use Fink again on Sunday to install some of the libraries needed for Gnash. It's just horrid.
Posted by Richard on 27.3.07 11:57
It's hard enough to get the pieces for gnash on a GNU/Linux box.. OS X would make me cry.
Install Debian on your Mac. Go on ;)
Posted by Matt Lee on 31.3.07 23:24
All you really need is to submit your site for certification by me :-)
Posted by David Cantrell on 3.4.07 10:58