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Hosting

I'm hosting a lot of different websites. Many wikis running MediaWiki and a lot of websites running Drupal. I mostly host through Hetzner, which is running on green electricity.

Vakantie Zuid-Limburg

VAKANTIE-ZUID-LIMBURG.nl is an attempt to create a complete website about a very specific topic: going on holiday in my native grounds.

TODO

* dofollow comments
* set up wysiwyg
* content types: project
* images: insert, imagecache
* pagers
* css, background images, colors

Moving my blog from WordPress to Drupal

WordPress is a great blogging platform. I've been using it for a couple of years now for my blog. However, with some small exceptions I haven't really dived deeper into it. Since most of my professional time (and a lot of my hobby time) goes into Drupal I started looking into moving my blog to Drupal. I've also been thinking about how I want to publish more about the work I've been doing.

memcache doesn't necessarily speed up your Drupal sites

Sites that show up quickly on a user's screen tend to keep the user's attention for longer and also rank better in Google. So when listening to the excellent Lullabot Podcast 80: Top 40 Drupal Modules Revisited I was caught by Drupal experts stating that Memcache would even speed up your site if it's not a high traffic site. It could off-load the database. I decided to give it a try on a relatively low traffic site of one of my clients.

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