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I just thought I'd share this with you, as well. I've always like Mozilla and Galeon was even better for being lighter. I recently tried Epiphany and it was like all my request wishes for Galeon had been granted. It allows me to edit the toolbar and one can enter search engine queries on the same textentry widget as the location box. They also have a neater (in my opinion) bookmarking system (which I intend to use as the backend for my URL database for my proposed blog system). With the advent of mozilla 1.4a, we now have smooth-scrolling and this allows me to easilly keep track of my place in a page when I scroll down.
Debian users can
apt-get install epiphany-browser.
Incidentally, Mozilla and Galeon let you search from the location box too... =)
I'm thinking of starting my own blog. I intend to create a system which will act as my organizer, contacts list, diary/journal/blog and infobase. I intend to write it from scratch (as opposed to adopting an existing project). I advocate code re-use just as much as the next guy, but there are just some things which you want to do yourself (and no, it's not the NIH mentality).
The backend will be filesystem-based and I intend to use XML. I'm trying to decide whether to write things in PHP or Python. I'm leaning more towards PHP but Python's cool, too. I'll probably write it in PHP and I've printed out all the PHP docs for XML handling.
I mentioned to you a long time ago how I wanted to move my web photo album to a system with free-form output, right? Well, I was able to get one step closer a few months back when I wrote the function to resize images and I started that in PHP. May as well build from that.
Hmmmmmmmm. <looks at Emacs>
- Organizer? Check. (planner) - Contacts? Check. (bbdb) - Diary/journal/blog? Check. (planner + emacs-wiki) - Infobase? Check. (planner + remember) - Filesystem-based? Check. (text files) - XML? Hmmm, maybe I can write an export function.
Emacs is the Way. ;)