Unfortunately, if you've posted a comment to a Nullamatix.com post between July 24th and August 29th, they weren't submitted to the queue for approval. This was due to a php.ini setting modification in an effort to enhance security. My apologies if anyone wrote a novel during this time frame. The issue has been resolved and the comment submission form is now working as intended.
In other news, NeXpose Enterprise from Rapid7 is fcking awesome. If you're a Qualys fan or a security professional, NeXpose is one of the better vulnerability, policy, and remediation management tools I've seen in a long time. In the interest of full disclosure, Rapid7 did not pay or ask me to say the above...
For the past few weeks I've been working on a WordPress theme previewer on and off (in all my spare time). Why? Most WordPress theme sites suck and I prefer relying on internal (LAN) resources as much as possible. The archive currently has 2,450+ themes available and will have more if/when the project is made available to the public. Still need to work on a few things to get polished up for "production" use.
Debian's Squeeze, version 6.0 of my favorite GNU/Linux distribution, is also fcking awesome. The boot-up time on my Q9550 was cut in half, loads of applications have been updated, and I'm happier than a pig in mud. Kudos and my sincerest appreciation to the folks that continue to make Debian happen - you're my heroes.
Loads of other stuff is happening and I'll do my best to get some more posts out, but I mainly wanted to notify everyone about the comment issue.
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