Archive for August, 2006

DreamHost Dedicated Servers

Thursday, August 31st, 2006

I know lot of you are waiting for DreamHost to start offering dedicated servers again. This might be your chance! I just received a copy of an email sent out about a week ago to customers on the dedicated-servers-waiting-list.

Hi there!
You’re receiving this message because you’ve specifically asked DreamHost to contact you when we’ve resumed sales [...]

Rails upgraded to 1.1.5

Wednesday, August 9th, 2006

Ruby on Rails has been upgraded today from 1.1.2 to 1.1.5, because of a serious security issue. The Rails developers have chosen not to reveal any specifics about the security hole, but urge everybody to upgrade as soon as possible.
Kudos to DreamHost for completing this upgrade within a few hours of the release of this [...]

Discussion Forum RSS Feed downtime

Friday, August 4th, 2006

I just realized that the The Unofficial DreamHost Discussion Forum RSS Feed (what a name!) hasn’t been updated since I upgraded this blog to WordPress 2.0.4 three days ago (forgot to change my .htaccess).
Everything should be working again, otherwise send me an email or write a comment.

DreamHost Newsletter – August 2006

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2006

This month’s newsletter has just hit the streets:

What a month!
The full account of the last three weeks (with two power outages, a file server break-down and network troubles) can be found at Anatomy of a(n ongoing) Disaster…
ActiveCollab one-click!
One-click install of activeCollab – a web based collaboration and project management tool.
Disk/Transfer status bars!
Just a small update [...]

WordPress 2.0.4. released

Tuesday, August 1st, 2006

A new version of WordPress, the popular blogging engine, has been released this weekend. The release contains several important security fixes, so it’s highly recommended for all users to upgrade as soon as possible either manually or through DreamHost’s One-Click Install.