The authentication of FS Daily is so crappy currently and it is such a pain to use it every day. It seems it is becoming crappier by day. I never get my remember my login correctly. Forget it, just to post a news or to vote on a story you need to sign in many times, refresh and above all pray it will let you do it.Read more »
I have been using FS Daily for so long and I really think it is great for the community and I do use it almost every day. I hope someone will seriously look into it and fix these fundamental issues that makes using it such a pain currently.
I wanted to write about it for so long, but could not wait any longer.
"I am Drigg's founder and developer. Drigg and Pligg are pieces of software that will allow you to create Digg-like sites. People sometimes ask me if they should pick Drigg or Pligg. When it happens, I am not sure what I should answer. This article will hopefully solve the dilemma for most of them. " And some fun comments already :)Read more »
I would like to ask the free software community to syndicate this entry as much as possible. It’s not exciting, it’s not “hot”, but it is about the future of a great piece of free software. The short version: I am looking for a new co-maintainer for Drigg.Read more »
As some of you already know, I am the main developer for Drigg. I donated probably more than 1000 hours of my life to the Drigg project, because I believed in it. After reviewing existing CMSs out there, I believe that Drigg is the best system available today for people who want to create Digg-like sites (but, in fact, when people deploy Drigg they get fully functional Drupal sites…!).Read more »
"Over the last few years, I’ve come to accept the fact that regardless of my attempts to quit this job, I am fundamentally a programmer. I wrote a book about security, I am the Editor In Chief of Free Software Magazine, but in the end I am still just a programmer. A lucky one, I must admit. Until last month, I had been blessed by the fact that either the software I wrote was owned by somebody else after a short contract (and therefore it didn’t matter to me once I had completed it: somebody else eventually took it over), or that what I programmed had been created just for myself (I was the only user of the software… bliss!). This changed when I became a free software programmer. I have recently released what I consider an important project: Drigg.Read more »