Made a couple of minor changes to the author page format, and made templates for author pages and articles. I got a compliment the other day about the amount of whitespace and easy readability of the pages. This was before I did my latest set of tweaks, but hopefully not much has been lost.
I've started an article on simple network interface configuration with DHCP for Solaris. It was one of the "gotchas" I experienced when I switched, and I would imagine it got others, too. I vaguely remembered seeing reference to DHCP in the ifconfig manpage some years ago, so it didn't take too long to figure out, fortunately.
I've started a list of other articles I'd like to write. I've got about half a dozen ideas for articles on Solaris so far. It's easiest to think of articles for the OS that's newest to me, because I'm still on a steeper edge of the learning curve than the others. It's a bit more difficult thinking of articles to write about Linux or Mac OS X, for example.
If anyone has any article suggestions, please send them my way -- I prefer to work on two or three articles at once, so if I'm feeling stopped up on one, I can just switch to another. Just describe the premise of the article and the platform, and I'll do my best.
If you've got a bit of time and some motivation, write an article yourself -- it may not give you fame and fortune, but it may give you a warm, fuzzy feeling. Maybe.