I mentioned previously that I was thinking of adding some new functionality to my BashPodder pages. I wanted something to help me keep track of information and new user contrib scripts there instead of me manually taking care of it all. The best solution I could think of was a forum. Then, I got thinking that I might just e able to use that forum to help me manage multiple software projects. A good idea was forming when Dann started to demand that I set everything up that way. Enough procrastination, he insisted. He wanted to jump right in and be the first to post HIS BashPodder modifications. I couldn’t go fast enough. If you know Dann like I know Dann, you realize you just don’t tell him no or “bad things may happen”.

I conceded and set everything up for Dann. The results can be found at

Seriously though, I set up a nice forum for a few projects that I work on regularly. You will be able to find information there for BashPodder, OSM, Rackspace and TivoGrab as well as others. Please wander over there and register if you use any of those projects. It will be a lot easier to keep things straight this way, not to mention being able to easily share information with not only me, but eachother as well.

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2 Responses to “BashPodder”

  1. Iain Says:

    It’s probably too late now, but how about a wiki? They are much easier to read and keep up to date than a forum. I use as my personal wiki and it’s far more lightweight than Mediawiki or something like that. It’s also effortless to install and update with something like Simplescripts.

  2. linc Says:

    I had thought about that too, but a forum just seemed to fit better in this instance. If it doesn’t work out, I’ll probably switch to a wiki though.

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