mod_virgule is cool. :-)
I've started playing with getting mod_virgule working with Apache under Solaris; it builds right out of the box, but the sample_db provided doesn't render quite right; something is stripping all the text between tags like <P></P>. Now that I have a spare Linux installation that I can play with, I'm going to try the same setup there to see if it's just a Solaris thing, or if I've fat-fingered something. If anyone has set this up before, feel free to send me a clue.
The reason for the sudden interest in it is purely selfish; I want an Advogato-based to-do list. raph (congratulations!) had a good idea that to-do lists shouldn't be person-specific, since projects could use them too. Once I get a working Advogato-clone, I'll start in on this. Hmmm...and I need to fit getting an rblcheck release out into my schedule too.
I'm working on landing a position with another company (the commute at my current job is killing me; it's four hours each day that I'd rather be doing something else during). As an aside, if you're looking for a UNIX sysadmin in the Chicagoland suburbs...:-) Moving into the new apartment this weekend; I'm not looking forward to transplanting my home network. I hope Ameritech doesn't screw up the wiring; at least it looks like my cable service will transfer over cleanly (mmmm...digital cable...hundreds of channels I'll never watch...;-). Co-habitating with the gf has been going exceptionally well this week, and generally, life is good, albeit a little stressed.