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January 5, 2004
(This post is from my old, old, super old site. My views have changed over the years, hopefully my writing has improved, and there is now more than a handful of folks reading my site. Enjoy.)

Monday, January 5th, 2004

Ok, I'm tired of writing/maintaining my own bug database- I've got real work to do. Does anyone have any suggestions for a good, customizable, web based bug tracking system written in either perl, python, or php? I've already tried phpBugTracker, but I don't like the way it wants to write to certain directories...

-- posted 9:24 pm

So I'm trying to figure out ways to communicate with my FM customers / potential customers. I've got a Flying Meat blog, but I never post to it, because.. well, I don't have that much to say over there (right now anyway).

But as I was reading a post over on the MacNN forums written by Tim Omernick of The Omni Group, I sort of thought... hey... I could do that. (The bulletin board, not OmniWeb.)

A quick jaunt over to Konfabulator's forums to find out what software they were using, and a couple of minutes later (seriously, this stuff was easy to set up) I had phpBB up and running.

And thus it was named- The FM Board.

Anyway, I hope some activity happens over there- I'm not sure what will happen really. I just need to do a little bit of promotion on the website with it, and hopefully the a little community will spring up. I'll try not to over water it, and give it the right kind nutrients and such...

Anyway, off to other things.

-- posted 7:21 pm