I stumbled onto this comment in a client's Wordpress database, and thought it was interesting. It looks like a spam bot malfunctioned and output all of (or at least, a large portion of) its comments. They are reproduced below:
I recently reformatted my system for the first time since I originally installed Ubuntu 11.04 on it, and I want to document some of the "gotchas" I encountered. I unnecessarily lost a few hours to trial-and-error, and I hope to spare you the same frustration.
For this rebuild, I personally installed Lubuntu (with an "L") 12.04,
because I hate Unity, and because
gnome-panel shares too many of Unity's
constraints (like only supporting four workspaces) to be useful. With that
said, I'd imagine that the following advice applies to some of the other
*buntus as well.
This was the process I used to install Lubuntu 12.04 on a clean system:
I gave this brief talk about deploying a high-traffic Wordpress site on EC2 in Fall 2011 at the Gainesville Hackerspace. The content discussed here can be considered a follow-up to my post on solving a file-synchronization issue when deploying Wordpress across multiple servers on EC2.
I've been working on a tool that I call "Watchtower" for the last several weeks. Watchtower is a platform- and language-agnostic Static Code Analysis tool that can be used for code audits and incident-response.
I recently published a new plugin to the Wordpress.org Plugins Directory. I call it Foresight. It is available for download here:
Foresight is a simple plugin that serves a simple purpose: it helps blog administrators to stay current on known exploits for Wordpress and for Wordpress plugins.