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931GB's.....

is what my 1TB external HDD ended up to be. I formatted it to NTFS, but still, no change. So being me, after I transfered everything to it I thought; why don't I partition it so I can get the whole 1TB? Well, I'm just too lazy to take everything off and partition it. I'm missing, atleast, 70GB's.
In other events, WorkSimple 1.0.2 Biomass will be released either tonight or tomorrow. There is numerous bug fixes and new features.WorkSimple 1.0.2 just released, see http://geekness.eu/node/25

WorkSimple 1.0.2 Release, Biomass

Progression of WS (WorkSimple) 1.0.2, codenamed 'Biomass' has been going good. I have fixed the Theme changer, allowing each theme to have its own directory.
Some of the code for the control panel has also been re-written. An admin nav bar is in the works.
Also in advancement is the install; which has also been semi re-written.
Another big development [next] will be a modules API, allowing anyone to create modules for WS.
Icons and custom templating will be available soon, as well as the ability to change blog title, tagline etc... Favicon support too.

WorkSimple 1.0.1 Released!

WorkSimple 1.0.1 has just been released!
You can download it here: http://2500mhz.info/node/25
New things:
-New Control panel
-Able to change themes _within_ the control panel
-Updated installer
-Minor blog fixes
-Minor bug fixes
-New themes included

WorkSimple 1.0.1 release

I've been working on WorkSimple for the last couple hours, I got the admin control panel mostly figured out. I've even added tabs for writing a post and changing themes (which is possible now without edit a file :D ! ). I still have quite far to go still. Anywho, I need some of my 'energy coffee' then I'll get back to work/having fun.

WS is for working simple.

Edit: I just released WorkSimple beta 2 here http://geekness.eu/node/22

I still haven't set on a data structure yet. I have code to:
1. Have one master file (almost a database) and store all of the posts
or 2.Have seperate files (according named 1.txt, 2.txt etc....)

I would think that one file (1) would be the easiest to manage too. I'll wrap this version of WS up and upload it.

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