Linked by Adam S on Thu 22nd Mar 2007 16:16 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes After a long development period, we're ready to introduce the first "release candidate" of OSNews version 4. OSN4 is a very big change for us - for years, we've worked with the mantra "We render everywhere." We are still using MySQL and PHP, like in Eugenia's OSNews v2, but with the sudden prevalence of newer web technologies, we've decided that in order to really offer the best platform for our readers, it was time to enter a brave new world. Read on for details and the link. Updated: ("read more" to see update)
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RE: Comment by rectangular
by griffinme on Thu 22nd Mar 2007 22:29 UTC in reply to "Comment by rectangular"
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it would look a lot better without the ads ;)

Adblock and Firefox
"Ads? There are ads on the page? I didn't know they had ads on the page."


Edited 2007-03-22 22:31 UTC

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Constantine XVI Member since:

If you're running Konqueror (at least the default Kubuntu install), you wouldn't even notice that there was an ad blocker in the first place. After a few weeks on pure KDE, I went to a Windows box, pulled up Opera, and ads just popped up everywhere where I had completely forgotten they existed in the first place

Note to Firefox dev team: built-in ad blocker

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