Thursday, December 02, 2004

TaoSecurity Blog Under Construction

I'm experimenting with adding a comments feature to the blog. The easiest way to do that was to use a new template. You may see additional changes. Also, links which were previously in this format

http://taosecurity.blogspot.com/2004_11_01_taosecurity_archive.html#110129970708337670

now take this format

http://taosecurity.blogspot.com/2004/11/using-portsnap-to-update-freebsd-ports.html

The old format appears to still work, however.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is a test comment.

Anonymous said...

First not test post!

heya rich.

srh here :)

Anonymous said...

ps. Make the TaoSecurity on the top of the page link back to the home page.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, keep goin' with this blog! Great job, Richard !

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netadmn said...

Thanks for all the hard work and the sharing of the info.

Anonymous said...

A little bit on Linux would also help. FreeBSD rocks!

inittab said...

Great job on the blog Richard! I'm glad to see that you've enabled comments and I look foward to reading what your readers have to say.

Richard Bejtlich said...

Thanks for the comments. I am not happy that only Blogger users can identify themselves when posting, but this is better than nothing.

About Linux -- I am not a daily Linux user, although I administer several systems running Linux. I do not believe I could contribute much of anything to the body of Linux knowledge.

I write about FreeBSD because it is my primary OS (on my laptops, desktops, and servers). I try to document what I do for future reference and in the hopes it also helps Blog readers.

gregg said...

richard: do you have a means of seeing all new comments? will you be able to answer a question/comment added to an older archived blog?

many of your comments are of interest to me, and have proven beneficial in understanding/maintaining freebsd systems - thanks!

Richard Bejtlich said...

Gregg -- Yes, I can see old comments. I currently have all comments being copied to my Gmail account. The email includes a link to the story from which the comment was posted, so I can reply there too.

I just posted a test message to the earliest old story (Monday, May 10, 2004) and it is now available online.