January 27, 2004

Relaunch as new blog

I just commented on the last entry but that doesn't notify anyone, so thought I'd iterate her that I'm happy to archive off the legacy RFB and relaunch in a new clean setup, though I'd have to tweak the search a little, I think.

Hey, who added the categories? Good idea! Now they need to show up in the templates...

Posted by xian at January 27, 2004 11:03 AM
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