So, hey, it’s the last weekend before school starts and everything gets real again. So we should be kicking back, right? As in, working on Atom Protocol and WordPress.
Leading the charge has been Pete Lacey, who’s taken this on and, starting with Elias Torres’ code, put a great big butt-load of work into it. Sitting at the center and co-ordinating it all is Sam Ruby, who’s already reported, but that was Thursday and it wasn’t till late Sunday that we got the Ape error count down to zero.
From the WordPress side of things, Joseph Scott patiently explained things and shepherded the process along.
I sat in the background and translated some less-than transparent complaints from the Ape, patched it up when some piece of WordPress weirdness provoked the dreaded “Ape fall down go boom” message, and otherwise cheerled.
Anyhow, WordPress 2.3 is going to be a first-rate Atom Protocol server.
[Update: Heh, here it is 9:27PM on Monday, and now we’re getting some deep weirdness going on in testing against PHP4 as opposed to PHP5. The beat goes on...]