A fellow asked the other day, wether Dokuwiki supports surveys. He was thinking of a way to guide our firstlevel to a series of questions to either solve a user problem or get enough information for second level. I told him, that I didn’t know it and looked in the [[http://www.dokuwiki.org/plugins|massive Dokuwiki plugin directory]]. But
As Twitter, inc. doesn’t seem to get their heads around this topic themselves, let me take over and give them some options to gain some money for hosting Twitter. As all the stuff on my website is licensed under [[http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/|CC-SA 3.0]] they don’t even have to pay royalty fees to me if they want to
I have some old sites running on Joomla below the magical 1.5 release. That’s sad, I know. And insecure and all. I know. Last week I started checking out the options to migrate to 1.5 and was **horrified**. What? Update to the latest 1.0-version from old, unknown sources, because Joomla doesn’t offer 1.0-versions officially anymore?
According to my [[http://dennis.dieploegers.de/doku.php/my2cents/think_big_-_a_development_methodology|think big methodology]] I’m starting to drop and document some of my scripts and hacks I’m using while administering Zimbra in [[http://dennis.dieploegers.de/doku.php/article/zimbra_scripts|this wiki]]. This is partly for my own reference and partly for people who like to know how extreme and dirrrty bash scripting (or like I call it „pipeing“) works or
This one took me even longer then the part with the tabs, but I finally got keyboard shortcuts in my own zimlet working. If you still don’t know, what zimbra is, read my [blog post about tab navigation in zimlet](http://dennis.dieploegers.de/tab-navigation-in-zimbra-zimlets/) to get to know it. Again following [[http://blog.zimbra.com/blog/archives/2006/09/look-ma-no-mouse-keyboard-navigation-and-shortcuts-in-the-zimbra-collaboration-suite-and-the-kabuki-ajax-toolkit.html|Ross Dargahi’s blog post]] I finally understood how
I love **JSLint**. It’s a tool, that every language should have. It defines its own coding style, no doubt. But I like that style as its clean, crisp and small at a time. [[http://crockfordfacts.com/|Douglas Crockford]], the inventor of JSLint and living „Java Script machine“, has put up this wonderful little site, [[http://www.jslint.com]], around the Java-Script-Function
That’s an interesting title, eh? You wonder „ssh public key distribution“ with **dokuwiki**? Yes. Keep reading. **Task**: Create a simple and lean SSH key distribution solution for multiple linux-servers. Do this quick and don’t spend much time doing it. **Why**: We need a simple solution to distribute ssh public keys of people allowed to access
Being online for a while now and getting more visitors in the last months, I found, that my website needed a redesign. I took the nice zenlike-style by [[http://nodethirtythree.com/|nodethirtythree design]] and wrapped up a dokuwiki-template around it. I really like it! It’s clear, strong, easy to read and somewhat sophisticated. After creating the template, I