Hrm... my first diary entry here. No clue what to put here though, other than that's it's quite late, I'm utterly bored, and I finally managed to let the roxen2 webserver swallow and parse PHP4 code. Right now, I moved my webserver from the reliable workhorse that is apache to that new fledgeling promising upcomer that is roxen. I like Roxen. It's fast, feature rich, easy to maintain, and it's got a shedload of cool stuff there that I can't wait to play with.
Once I get fluent with pike and RXML, I might just port all of hackerheaven.org over to it. Anyone up for PikeNuke?
Should be an interesting thing to do though, Roxen's got all that PostNuke needs: Session variable support, a nifty database abstraction, scripting support (although I had to make it understand PHP by using php as a CGI, which I don't really like) through pike, perl and RXML, an efficient caching system and easy extendability.
Of course this thing will get a BSD license stamp on it (heck, I like BSD license).
Right, that should be enough for now.