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#1

I’ve noticed several TinyCLRers with their own blogs and sites; I’d love to add these to my regular browsing so I thought we should all share our sites here.

Obviously mine is: http://www.skewworks.com


#2

What about a wiki page?


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@ Skewworks Your RSS feed seems to be having some problems…

http://www.skewworks.com/forum_rss.php


#7

@ Ian, what browser/client? Firefox shows no issues.

EDIT: Working on the IE9 issue.


#8

IE9

The following tags were not closed: rss.
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If I go ahead and put it in Google Reader, it seems to handle it OK. So, no big deal…


#9

Should work now; sorry about that.


#10

Confirmed. Looks good.


#11

Mine’s mostly about home 3d printing stuff but can be found at http://davedurant.wordpress.com .

Hopefully there will be more NETMF stuff soon as my (Spider-based) headless-printer comes together and I get traction on the projects stacking up behind that one…


#12

http://robertjacobs.eu


#13

http://ransomhall.com - a fairly new site, so only a couple of projects there now.


#14

I am little ashamed by own website, after looking at all yours ! - in facts it is not a website, just a repository of some of my (non professionnal…) opensource code which might eventualy be of interrest for someone else. I tend to suppress old projects when they become obsoletes and add new ones with a 3 months delay. More than half of it is in french :wink:

http://opensource.grisambre.net/


#15

My website is: http://www.soigeneris.com/Default.aspx which is my ‘side’ business. The first quarter of next year we’ll roll out an improved site. :slight_smile:


#16

@ Robert; nice logo! :smiley:


#17

@ skewworks I found another issue with your RSS. Looks like it’s missing an author identifier. Note the “(title unknown)” in the pic. This should show up with your site name.

@ Robert Nice site! Your RSS feed isn’t working… :frowning:


#18

Well not really wrong; author isn’t a required tag in RSS. Perhaps I’ll update it to have the name of the poster.


#19

Not wrong but it sure makes it nice to be able to see where the article came from when scanning through articles :slight_smile:


#20

Updated with author and a few other extra fields.