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Over 10 years ago, I wrote my first blog post. Since then, I've authored books, had kids, traveled the world, found Trish and blogged about it all.

Upgraded to Roller 1.0

Dave released Roller 1.0 yesterday, so I decided to spend 20 minutes and upgrade today. I have customized a few pieces in Roller and added a bunch of my own files, so I always build from CVS for this site. I did find a bug with twisty comments (fixed in CVS) when testing locally, but everything else appears to be working OK. Let me know if you see any issues and feel free to play with my test user if you like. Username is "test", password is "roller". Well done Dave!

Update: Remember Me seems to be broken. I thought I fixed it last week. I'll investigate further tomorrow.

Update 2: Strange... it works when I test it locally, but not on this site.

Solved: It turned out to be related to installing Roller as the root app, and only seems to affect Firefox. Fixed in CVS.

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