I’ve started building static pages with WordPress, to see if I can speed things up (even more). I started experimenting with it a week or so ago, and have been toying around. At this point I think it’s pretty good, minus a few small glitches (all I can live with for the moment).
One apparently is that in WordPress 1.3, it doesn’t correctly show how long it took to process. For example I see:
Dynamic Page Served (once) in 0.182 seconds Static Page Served in 1,105,325,889.680 seconds
No, it didn’t take that long. It actually loaded quicker than the dynamic page.
But yes, I’m feeling even better about WordPress, it’s a solid platform to run a Blog on. Easy to setup, configure, install, tweak, skin. I love 1.5, but I won’t be moving over until it hits final.
I’ve been somewhat quiet these past few days, since I’ve been spending a ton of time coding away on various projects. It’s starting to get close to some of it being put into production. Though some larger projects are far from completion. Other than that, not much else to say.