During past year, I have started using CakePHP as my web development tool of choice. Thus, it's time to convert my old site into a cakephp based CMS. I have chosen Croogo for this purpose due to its simplicity and ease of use.
My previous CMS was Joomla, and was built eons ago. Although the site was pretty much empty, I'd like to have those posts migrated. Thus, as an exercise I wrote a cakephp/croogo plugin to assist the migration process. This site is the first live test of the conversion.
Currently, the plugin can migrate sections and categories, posts, and users. You will need to manually reset your user accounts after conversion process has been completed.
After upgrading firmware to 2.0/2.0.1/2.0.2 and using it for a while, i found that some of apps that using audio output does not affected if we decrease/increase audio volume using music player volume slider.
So, i began jailbreak my device and googling for audio tweaks. Then i found Volume Booster for 2.0.1 and install it. But i think its only boost volume output for music player a bit, but not global, so other apps still not having effect.
Then i found this file (com.apple.celestial.plist) on my iPod Touch. Its in binary but if you want to know whats in it you can use some property list editor apps found out there, or simply use this http://188.8.131.52/~khchung/cgi-bin/plutil.cgi
It contains XML like this,
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN"
As you can see there is volumeLimits value is 1, and volumeMultiplier is 1.032174825668335.
So i try increase those value to 1.5 for volumeLimits and volumeMultiplier then reboot it.
Now others apps should have louder sounds when it plays.
To reset it, use Settings -> Music -> Volume Limit (slide it to whatever fits you)
Want to run Linux without dual booting? Enter coLinux. coLinux is Cooperative Linux, a port of the Linux kernel enabling execution alongside other operating system.
Here's my experience about installation and use of openSuSE 10.3 with coLinux: http://www.serbalinux.com/portal/tips-and-tricks/34-tips-and-tricks/1014-opensuse-103-on-top-of-vista
coLinux can be downloaded at http://www.colinux.org.
A little more information about the effects of this on Indonesian internet situation is shown here.