Since yesterday this blog is ten years old so, time for some history.
Then it moved to PyDS an early python desktop blog platform with a web interface, and was hosted in PyCS, a free service.
Then PyCS kinda died, and I started generating a static blog and hosting it in my ISP's free hosting. That sucked bad.
Then I started my own company, and I had my own servers, so I started hosting it there (even today this blog is completely static HTML!)
Then PyDS started acting weird, so I wrote my own blogging software, which is a real mess, perhaps 25% finished, but it does things exactly the way I like them.
Currently, this blog is syndicated in Planeta PyAr, Planet Python, Planet Qt, Planeta LUGLI, and a couple other places.
This year, I decided to make the blog completely bilingual (English and Spanish), but I hate translating it.
According to the stats I have available, the blog is in average more popular now than ever (but yes, my most popular posts were years ago ;-)
These are the most popular pages in the last year:
Each of the parts of this series is in the top ten most visited pages. So, I really need to write more in this area since it seems to be what brings people to the site.
A post explaining how another blogger is wrong. I think I make a good point, even if it's a bit cheap as a way to bring readers.
Oldie but goodie... not really useful nowadays.
Yikes, people, stop reading this, it's just wrong :-(
Finally something recent!
Another new post, I like it a lot.
A didactic post. I think it's still the better explanation on the subject I've seen around, if I may say so myself. For extra irony points, my current distro doesn't follow this.
Another not-so-old post, I do this a lot :-)
This is almost 6 years old, for a deprecated version of PyQt, and is completely broken for current versions. Stop reading this.
- I need to write more about Qt and/or start flamewars with clueless IT writers
- I need to search for ancient material and deprecate it
- Having your own hosting and blogging software is neat
- 10 years is a lot of time: 860 posts (or 913, depending on how you count)