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Welcome to Geeklog Sunday, August 02 2015 @ 02:15 AM EDT

Problem with browsing geeklog

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  • Friday, May 10 2002 @ 04:39 PM EDT
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I recently posted an article about not being able to properly view my site from inside my firewall.

I believe the problem to be that I can not reach the actual dns name from inside the firewall. So I have to use the IP for the machine, this causes the web page to not bring up any of the graphics.

I guess I need to know if anyone else is running geeklog behind a firewall, if so how are you administering the box from inside the firewall.

Thanks,

Geeklog: Before & After 1.3.5

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  • Thursday, May 09 2002 @ 12:00 AM EDT
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It\'d be excellent if the content on this site that relates specifically to pre-1.3.5 issues was archived or at least clearly tagged.

It\'s probably a bit of work, but should be done at least in Bugs, and Help, and,... Oh well, this is the official site.

Right now, it\'s not clear a lot of the time, whether something applies to the production version... It\'s happened to me several times just now, reading through. I know it\'s pretty soon after the release, but still, there\'s interesting posta from quite a way back that may not still apply...

Maybe a simple color bar could mark 1.3.5 stuff - that wouldn\'t be to hard to edit.

Why?

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Ok, Geeklog is slowly but surely coming out of the basement of weblogs and getting some much deserved respect. However, one thing that continues to bother me a bit is the lack of contributed plugins. The static pages plugin was one I authored. We have a number of great hacks and PHP blocks but not one polished plugin has some out by a third party. So my question is why? Poor documentation? Poor plugin API design? I know I shouldn\'t do this but I look at the *nukes and they have hundreds of plugins. Let us know what we can do to make it easier for you all to innovate and create new Geeklog plugins!

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