The Radio Boulevard web site looks like hell, but the vintage-radio content is very, very golden http://www.radioblvd.com/
Great page on rebuilding an R-390A, the holy grail of surplus military receivers http://www.radioblvd.com/R-390A%20Rebuild.htm
Key to getting dlvr.it to work well with Ode: don't upload without setting Indexette timestamps locally (and staggering by at least a minute)
I have been 'wet shaving' with a safety razor and one of those brushes (no badger!) That is all.
I have been running the same Fedora installation, upgraded from F18 to 23, for nearly 3 years on this HP Pavilion g6 laptop
K8IQY's #QRP Rigs: "Hardware Defined Radios" http://www.k8iqy.com/qrprigs/QRPRigs.htm
I've been having trouble with my Ode Counter add-in.
I have been using
File::Find to gather filesystem information and make it available to Ode, and I learned two things.
1) The Ode add-in framework allows the passing of scalar variable data from add-in to non-post areas of the site, but it doesn't allow passing of arrays. This is easy enough to work around. You just convert the array to a scalar. There is more than one way to do this, but I chose this one:
directory_list = join('', @directory_list_array);
2) Producing acceptable HTML out of the add-in is one thing, but for it to transfer properly to the Ode site, all the usual characters must be "escaped" on the server side:
<li><a href="/blog/programming/perl/">Programming > Perl</a></li>
It must be:
<li><a href=\"\/blog\/programming\/perl\/\">Programming > Perl<\/a><\/li>
Once I fix my regex, I'll be in business.