Initial releases of Signup Scheduler and Status modules

I've just put the finishing touches on the 1.0 releases of the Signup Scheduler and Signup Status modules, which I've written about before. While they're both in just their initial release, I feel pretty good about their stability and utility. We've been using both modules in production on the IDEAL site, where users can register for professional development courses.

EDT791: Follow-up on Persona 3

Ten hours in to Persona 3, I felt like I had picked a truly special game to study for this class. Atlus had melded a dating / relationship simulator, a genre I thought I'd venture in to, and a role-playing game into what felt like a fresh, new experience. Up to that point, the game's story and premise was, well... weird, but I like challenging narrative in my entertainment. So, a tale of quirky J-pop teenagers mixing night-time demon hunting with day-time high school romance wasn't so much a problem as a challenge. The mechanics of actually playing the game were quite strong.

EDT791: Choosing a game

It took me over a week to do so, but I think I've finally chosen a game to play for class. Picking a game was actually more difficult than you might imagine. The requirements are pretty open-ended - the game needs to be something I've never played, and should (hopefully) last me fifty hours or more. The hard part?

EDT791: Video Games, Literacy and Learning

This past Wednesday, I started my second semester of the Educational Technology (EDT) master's degree at ASU. Last semester, I realized just how difficult having a demanding job and going to school could be, so I decided to cut back this semester to just one class. That one class is Video Games, Literacy and Learning, and if the first class is any indication, it should be a real blast.

Just got rolling with a VPS on Linode (Part 2)

Now that I had a demonstrably working and functional web server going on my Linode (see Just got rolling with a VPS on Linode (Part 1)), it was time to get the rest of my toolkit on the box, setup users and secure the server a bit.

Installing Subversion and migrating repositories

Well, installing Subversion couldn't be any simpler:

apt-get install subversion

Login to old server and dump current repositories:

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