The first rule for a correct backup is to store your backup file(s) on a different server than the one you are backupping. So, even if you can find many wordpress backup plugin opensource, many of those just execute backup in a folder of the same server where you have wordpress installed. So you just remember to download these files on your local computer to have something safe.
But, after a little browsing inside all the wordpress plugin I also found some others interesting way to execute your backup (to — (Read more)
After an hard work of developer, finally Agilo sort out a new completely refactored version of this software. If you want to manage your project with the Agile (and Scrum) methodology, for FREE, this one I think is the best easy solution.
Looking on the web site you can find now also a PRO version, but fortunately you can still have a free (even with less functionalities) version.
Some time ago we see how to install trac on BlueHost; now we add to our installation all the Agilo Capabilities.
So, we start this guide, supposing that you trac — (Read more)
I’ve just released the ePomodoro 1.0.3.
This version includes:
- Bugfixes in communication stuffs
- Changes to UI interfaces
- Added status bar timer management (no more view required)
- Added single user message (shown just when selected user is not on Pomodoro)
- Added configuration of connection parameters in preference page (you can choose manyally the bind address if it does not work)
You can download the binary directly on GitHub or GoogleCode (sources are on both server):
Enjoy your Pomodoro work!
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