Finally got the W3C MarkUp Validation Service to tell me that “This Page Is Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional!”, which it wasn’t before mainly cause of problems with ampersands in the RSS feed links from ESA.
Thanks to the Regexp Plugin it’s working now 🙂 and the Plugin opens quite some other possibilities.
Since I’m gonna work with it’s date here are some site about XMM-Newton:
Before I forget it again… To install pine from the Debian sources just do the following:
# apt-get --only-source build-dep pine
# apt-get --only-source -b source pine
# dpkg -i <packagefile>
You need to have the matching deb-src lines in /etc/apt/sources.list.
The first command will install the the dependencies needed to build, the second will get the sources and build a the package file in /usr/src/ which can be installed with the last one then.
To choose from stable/testing/unstable just add -t stable/testing/unstable to the apt-get lines.
An easy way to keep the latest version, is to install the pine-tracker package.
So what to do with this…
Keep it in English or not?
Install some more plugins? Found a site with quite some at http://mt-plugins.org/
And what about the design… well I’ll just keep trying stuff…
Well here it is… the very first entry… still lots to figure out about all this…