Tag Archives: postaweek2011

OclHashcat: New World Record – 9637 M/s

OclHashcat New World Record! Just to quickly throw in a number: 9637 M/s on a single hd5970 on stock clocks. My number of the day. Read On: oclHashcat v0.26b Advertisements

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Infographic: WordPress Core Team (Update 2x)

You’ve ever wondered about who is in the core team of WordPress? Last year in Portland Jane Wells was talking about “How WordPress Core Decisions Get Made“. I compiled some information about the Who is Who of the core team … Continue reading

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Serialization in Options: Cant see the Wood for the Trees

Last night lying in the spa when I put my book aside, it popped into my mind: We were so looking for a practicable fast and general approach to check if an option value is serialized or not in worpdress, … Continue reading

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b2/cafelog is GPL

As some of you know I’m currently in contact with Mark Jaquith, a WordPress lead developer, regarding my questions to licensing of the WordPress package. This conversation is still ongoing and started after he published an article on the WordPress … Continue reading

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Milestones of WordPress: Early Project Timeline (ca. 2000 to 2005)

Know the roots. If you want to learn about the general development of WordPress over time and you haven’t been with the project on from it’s very beginning and before, it looks like you’ve reached the point where it’s time … Continue reading

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Ddccontrol and Fedora 14

I wanted to give Ddccontrol a try under Fedora 14. It did not fit the job in the end but was a nice practice for me to understand installation of programs of which no package exists. That can be tricky … Continue reading

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Fedora 14 PHP Development Setup from Scratch

I’m currently setting up a new Fedora 14 development box. For documentation purposes I’m writing down my way of setting it up and it’s probably worth for others. I was pretty confident with a Fedora 13 + Eclipse setup so … Continue reading

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New Kids on the Blockwart: Matt Mullenweg

Of questionable attitude: According to disclosed information by Ben Hook a.k.a WPBlogger, back in July 2010 Matthew Mullenweg contacted the critics employee and tried to exploit the work relationship to put pressure on him. In the now published email conversation, … Continue reading

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Akismet Introduces GPL Version to WordPress (Updated 3x)

I just ran over the fact that in August 2010 Alex Shiels (tellyworth) tagged the akismet readme with “License: GPLv2”. The info left in the changelog is: * Spell out that the license is GPLv2 Well, even that this is … Continue reading

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