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Converting HTML to Markdown via Pandoc

Monday, November 28th, 2011

In the fall of 2011 the hosting for the Open Source Cobbler project (an automated system provisioning tool for bare metal or virtual machines) is transitioning to GitHub.Com from FedoraHosted.Org.    The (wiki) documentation for the project is available as HTML.  GitHub can support HTML but also provides support for Markdown (a ‘pure text’ means of providing Continue reading →

WordPress 3.0 – review & multi-site problems

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

First!  Hat’s Off to the folks working the WordPress solution – using it has been a great experience with few problems.  🙂  I have several WordPress installs on multiple domains (happy consumer!) so my main interests in the new release includes: managing/running all sites from one install on a single server simplifying management of updates/plugins/themes Continue reading →

WordPress – importing images (media)

Friday, March 5th, 2010

I have not found a simple way to batch import  image files into Worpdress – I have a few thousand images myself so finding a ‘good solution’ would be welcome.   🙂 The out-of-the box WordPress image-import solution does allow for ‘batch’ import of images via the Flash uploader; there is a limit to the Continue reading →

Steps for Importing Static HTML into WordPress

Friday, February 12th, 2010

As previously posted if you have a small web site (i.e. fewer than 20 pages) then manually copying your pages and uploading your images/media might be the best & simplest solution to moving to a WordPress solution.  If you have more than pages & media files than you care to manually upload then you might Continue reading →

Drupal 4.x migration to Drupal 6.x

Thursday, February 4th, 2010

Unfortunately there is no direct path (I did not find one) to migrate a Drupal 4.x site to Drupal 6.x (current version) – note that most likely you would face the same hurdles with any other CMS where you are making large version ‘jumps’.  Note that I previously explored Drupal and I am not an Continue reading →

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