Weblog entry #213 for Steve
For a ten minute period yesterday afternoon debian-administration.org was the 16th most looked up domain on the Bytemark nameservers. That's pretty impressive considering how infrequently new things are posted to the site.
In some ways things have stagnated because I've been busy but there is also a minor feeling that "everything is done".
For example I lookup the simple introduction to working with LVM at least once a fortnight for my own reference. There are a few other pieces I consistently point people at too, kinda my own personal "top ten" list of articles.
There are times when I think "I should write about Apache2", but then recall I already did that a couple of years ago. Granted things have changed, but they've not changed terribly much.
In conclusion I do feel that a lot of the things I'd like to document or writeup for myself have already been done here, and re-posting things would be both tempting and a little bit of a waste of time.
New topics are always interesting, and I guess a few small pieces on t-prot, etc, wouldn't go amiss. Not earth-shattering tools, but still moderately useful and helpful.
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