The State Decoded 0.8 Release

Waldo just posted The State Decoded 0.8 Release. This is a *huge* update that we’ve spent the last few months working on. 577 changed files, 127,076 additions, 5,123 deletions. That’s a lot of code. There are a few pieces I would have liked to squeeze into this update, like abstracting the XML import to make […]

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Upgrading Solr from 4.2 to 4.3+ on CentOS 6.4

I ran into an issue with a Solr configuration that was working for me locally, but not on our CentOS 6.4 server. I’ve documented below all of the issues I encountered along the way, as the upgrade from Solr 4.2 to 4.3+ is a pretty nasty one, due to major changes in the logging system […]

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A brief history of the web

A few months back, there was a rather interesting discussion on Reddit about different internet technologies. I put the following comment together as a bit of historical perspective.  In retrospect, it’s probably not 100% accurate, and a bit or a rant, but I figured other people might find it interesting.

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Site Launch: Legal Aid Justice Center

I’ve been working with our local Legal Aid office for most of my career – their website was one of the first ones I ever worked on, in fact. Over the last few months, I’ve been working with Charmed Designworks to create a new site for LAJC. Behind the scenes, we’ve switched over to WordPress […]

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