This Saturday I'll be upgrading my main box to lenny.
Mostly this should be painless, as the primary services aren't going to change too much.
I've tested the upgrade of the virtual hosting configuration which I use for exim4 on lenny and that works, as-is. I also have a local version of qpsmtpd which I'll be deploying and that works on lenny with my custom plugins.
A new version of Apache 2.x shouldn't cause any problem, although I will need to test each site I have to make sure that Perl module upgrades don't cause any breakage.
I expect random readers will neither notice nor care if my sites go down for an hour or two, but for local people consider this notice ;)
This allows dl/dt/dd/definition lists to have their contents collapsed easily.
Currently I use some custom code to do that (e.g. as used here) but this jquery plugin is far neater, even if the plugin code isn't perhaps the best.
This plugin converts plain links to things that make AJAX requests. In theory this allows graceful enhancements.
e.g. <a href="foo.html#bar">link</a> becomes an AJAX request that loads the contents of "foo.html" into the div with ID bar.
It seems this is a cheap clone of ajaxify, but I didn't know that when I put it together.
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