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lachoy (1663)


I am actually Chris Winters; I am actually living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; I am actually married and have three cats. (Guess what one of them is named?) I am the "OpenInteract" guy, which could be good or bad.

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Tuesday February 19, 2002
11:51 PM

Management stuff

[ #2979 ]

Slog slog slog. I've come to a tiny little bump on actions and what belongs in the request/response objects in OpenInteract. So back to the management tasks. So far the aforementioned scenario is working out swimmingly. I have tasks done to create a website, list actions, objects and packages in a website, test all configured DBI and LDAP connections, upgrade a website (install all packages plus docs and widgets) and dump/install a theme. I've also done the check package task, so just a few more of these (create a skeleton package, install structures/security/data, export a package, install and remove a package) I'll be one happy camper. I can even start doing stuff!

Did you know parsnips are actually parsley roots?

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  • Did you know parsnips are actually parsley roots?

    They are? My OED says they're not even in the same genus: parsley being Petroselinum sativum and parsnips being Pastinaca sativa.

    • Umm... let me grab my bible...

      Doh! Of course you're right. (Where did I pick up this idea then? That damned grocery is spreading lies I tell you, lies!)

      Anyway, The Vegetable Bible [] says:

      Parsnip (Pastinaca sativa). One of the oldest gathered plants of the original inhabitants of Eurasia, the parsnip was an important food stable until it was superseded by the potato and the carrot in the mid-eighteenth century. Although regarded as something of an old-fashioned vegetable, they are still valued as a wint