Comment Test

Friends, please do me a favor and leave a comment. I had problems with plugins stepping on each other on the previous host. I’m hoping that upgrading to WordPress 2.5 and current versions of all plugins will have fixed it. If you have any problems trying to leave one, please email me. Thanks!

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Dave Slusher is a blogger, podcaster, computer programmer, author, science fiction fan and father. Member of the Podcast Hall of Fame class of 2022.

15 thoughts on “Comment Test”

  1. furedde says:

    Well, here you have one.

  2. Dave says:

    Will this work or will I get that damned old error? Enquiring minds want to know.

  3. Dom Barnes says:

    Seems to be working Dave. Welcome to WordPress 2.5. What do you think?

  4. dave says:

    Dom, other than the fact that it seems to keep losing the password for the ‘dave’ account, everything seems to be good. I need to figure out how to add tags to my theme here. However, super cache finally works right and is doing the static HTML cache for pages other than the top index.html, so that’s a big step up. Being able to upgrade the plugins from the admin page also rocks very hard. So far, so good. Bear in mind, EGC was upgrading from the 2.0 tree so it is a big one for me.

  5. matthew says:

    Heres another.

  6. Ewan Spence says:

    okey dokey

  7. Happy upgrading, Dave!

  8. Kelley says:

    You are a WordPressin’ maven, my friend.

  9. Dalila says:

    Here’s another comment for you!

  10. Harrumph! Harrumph! … Hey, I didn’t get a ‘Harrumph’ outa that guy.

  11. Dom Barnes says:

    You trying out some new plugins Dave? I see popularity figures now.

  12. dave says:

    I’m not logged in. Will I also get the dreaded 500 error people are reporting?

  13. Askedrelic says:


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