1. Just pushed a plugin which auto–populates the <ins> and <del> elements with their little–known datetime and cite attributes. Hopefully, coupled with my article update histories and a bit of , this’ll allow for some native-HTML version control type stuff.

  2. Doing a mass find-and-replace operation on the Perch Blog app so I can have more than one running at the same time. If you want to do something similar, here are the strings you need to replace:

    • blogyourName
    • BlogYourName
    • perch_blogyourPrefix_yourName
    • PerchBlogYourName

    And then obviously rename the .class.php files and activate as you would any other app.

  3. Ben Ward: @BarnabyWalters The one strange thing I see in your replies to @drewm is the lack of threading in client UI. Missing the in_reply_to header?

    benward heh, or not :/ Hopefully this time though. If not I won’t bother you with any more of these tweets :)

  4. Ben Ward: @BarnabyWalters The one strange thing I see in your replies to @drewm is the lack of threading in client UI. Missing the in_reply_to header?

    @BenWard fixed, thanks! I blame twitter for using /status/ and /statuses/ interchangeably in tweet URLs and confusing me :) This tweet should have in_reply_to set correctly.

  5. davewiner I disagree that browser makers should “make sure they don’t break bootstrap apps”. They should concentrate on following specs, and markup authors should do the same.