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Things look quiet here. But I've been doing a lot of blogging at dan.langille.org because I prefer WordPress now. Not all my posts there are FreeBSD related. I am in the midst of migrating The FreeBSD Diary over to WordPress (and you can read about that here). Once the migration is completed, I'll move the FreeBSD posts into the new FreeBSD Diary website.

Not much new here. What's going on? 14 January 2000
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About three weeks ago, I mentioned that website changes were coming soon.  Today, some of these changes were started.  But there is more to come.  I'm waiting for some technical things to be worked out with my web hoster.  I hope things will be sorted out by the of next week.
The changes so far
In the past, you were able to access the FreeBSD Diary through more than one domain.   That has stopped.  Previously, this website was shared by the following domains:

racingsystem.com
freebsddiary.com
freebsddiary.org

Each of these domains now has it's own website.  You will eventually only be able to access the FreeBSD Diary via freebsddiary.org.  You can still access the FreeBSD Diary via dvl-software.com, but that will change when the new site is launched (see the next section of this article for more information).

The changes yet to come
And there is another change coming.  Soon everything in the /freebsd/ directory will be moved to the root directory, and the .htm pages will become .html pages.  So the new URLs will be similar to the old URLs, but slightly changed.  For example, this page is now:

http://www.freebsddiary.org/freebsd/changes20000114.htm

But once the new look website is launched, it will be:

http://www.freebsddiary.org/changes20000114.html

I ask for your patience during the transition process.  There may be some disruption to service but I'll try to minimize that.  The goal is a leaner, meaner, better looking website.


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