Here’s the first episode of the radio show! I finished (re-re-)recording it finally, and even took some time to make a cue sheet for it ^_^
I wanted to release it also in FLAC format on a separate podcast feed, however git’s current bugginess is preventing me from doing so at the moment. (see: http://www.josefsipek.net/blahg/?p=219 )
01) Tarrentella/Redanka - Killerloop 'Organism'
02) Pig & Dan - Eiffel Nights (Original Mix)
03) Sultan & Ned Shepard Feat Stereomovers - Connected (Dub)
04) Stu Hirst - Big Rooms Bigger Tunes (Original)
05) Simon & Shaker - Zero (Original Mix)
06) Spider and Legaz - Psych
07) Twotrups - The Cello Track (Dub One Mix)
08) Sebastian Drums Tom Geiss and Eric G - Funky Beep (Original Mix)
09) Eelke Kleijn - Luigi's Magic Mushroom
10) Da'Other - Viva La Vida (Unplugged Mix)
11) Acquaviva & Maddox - Feedback (Valentino Kanzyani Earresistable Mix)
12) Eelke Kleijn - 8 Bit Era (Dub)
EDIT: I’ve now re-hosted the mix up on mixcloud! Enjoy!
Podcast: Play in new window
Thanks to the local dev server setup I have, along with svn and git, I’ve successfully and painlessly updated to wordpress 2.8.5. Pushing changes to the wordpress_base branch on my site is quite simple, as I don’t really plan on modifying the core wordpress code that much. Any changes to the code made by an svn update will only change files that I probably haven’t ever touched, so merging branches should be painless. Plus, the core wordpress code is tracked by svn, while both the core code and my changes are tracked by git. That way, I’ve got my own local branches that incorporate any updates made by svn, plus everything else.
In case you’re really interested and wondering how this is all done, see the following links:
Basically all you have to do is follow the wordpress update instructions from the 2nd link, but replace the svn switch command with the one found at the 1st link. The way to update in git is pretty smart, since all core wordpress code changes are tracked in the main wordpress_base branch, then updated via svn, put the changes into a new integration branch, then rebase the master branch onto that one & checkout the merged changes to the master branch.
Originally it seemed stupid to use svn to track the remote wordpress repo, however I tried using git’s svn capabilities and found that the only supported way to switch svn tags within git broke everything, so it’s actually better and more painless to use both CVS systems.
So this Saturday is going to be awesome no matter the weather, because I’ve now found from multiple sources the venue for Hallow Freakn’ Ween this year! ^_^
It’s most definitely indoors, which will give all the scantily clad attendees more comfort than a couple of the last massive’s were
So I’ve finally managed to figure out the intricacies of tracking wordpress via SVN, while locally using git to track my entire site, plus any other changes made to wordpress locally. So everything should be working at least until the next wordpress upgrade, at which point I’ll hope my current upgrade process still works.
I should have some mixes from the show uploaded soon. I’m also hoping to switch to the carrington theme, but for now at least it’s working.
-DJ Phasic (^_^)