Monday, June 29, 2009
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Performance = Ability * Passion
However, you also need time to dedicate to the work at hand; and so Availability factors in also.
In the volunteer world we often say we are looking for 3 key attributes:
- Talent (Ability in some useful skill)
- Passion (motivation to do it)
- Availability (time to commit to it)
In other words you need to have skills, enthusiasm, and time to dedicate to something in order to be effective. (This also applies to paid work too, but because we get paid for things it is easy to mix-up motivation with payment and forget about considering if we are passionate/motivated about the work.)
Monday, June 15, 2009
This is a specific problem that affects older versions of Drupal on a server running PHP 5.2 or later. Often it arises when PHP is upgraded (sometimes without your knowing!).
Symptom: You can appear to log in OK, but on the very next page view the system seems to forget that you have just logged in and you revert to being an "anonymous" user.
If you are running Drupal 5.x or later then this specific problem won't affect you, so if you still have trouble staying logged in then check here.
This problem occurs due to the way PHP 5.2+ handles objects in session handlers. It affects all Drupal versions up to Drupal 4.6.10, Drupal 4.7.4 and Drupal 5-beta 1 inclusive.
The best method of fixing this is to upgrade to the latest official release of a supported version of Drupal. Currently (Dec 2008) this means the latest release of either the 5.x or the 6.x series.
For those wishing not to do a full upgrade yet but who need an "instant fix", you can add the following line at the bottom of your settings.php file:
// Temporary fix to login/sessions problem.
// Remove this line when upgrading to 4.6.11, 4.7.11 or 5.x or later.
You should regard this as a temporary fix only. If you subsequently upgrade your site to a newer version of Drupal you should remove this line from settings.php to prevent potential incompatibility with future versions of Drupal.
The problem is fixed in the 4.6.11 and 4.7.5 releases of Drupal. So another option for 4.6.x and 4.7.x users is to upgrade to the final release of the 4.6.x/4.7.x series - 4.6.11 or 4.7.11, which are available here.
Note that while Drupal 5.0 doesn't exhibit this particular problem with PHP 5.2 it is still not fully compatible with this version of PHP; Drupal 5.1 is fully compatible (but of course doesn't contain the security fixes in the latest 5.x release).
Here is the original issue in which this problem was identifed and fixed.And here is the rest of it.
Sunday, June 14, 2009
But the problem is Khmer Unicode is still not displaying yet. I am getting stuck with Khmer Unicode characters , unknown characters like "ážŸáž¼áž˜â€‹ážŸáŸ’ážœáž¶áž‚áž˜áž“áŸâ€‹áž˜áž€â€‹áž€áž¶áž“áŸ" :(.
Thursday, June 11, 2009
E-* can be: