A quote from me yesterday: "Yep, I'm sleeping well."

Needless to say, I ate my words by pulling an all-nighter last night, then managing to (barely) stay awake at my job today. Good thing Friday's are a bit slack!

I've got a weekend project I'm working on (HK1997, you weren't supposed to see that post, oops!) which is pretty exciting. I don't get excited about ideas very often, but I think this thing is gonna be really nice.

I also managed to fix up some more Tabulas spam issues - I've stripped all javascript scripting from content pages as well as from entries - there should be no reason you need JS in either.

I'll be disabling javascript in templating for free users shortly as well. This should put a stop to all those user spammers - surprisingly I've been getting a lot of emails from people who are the target of spamming - it's been a great boon to know which accounts to shut down. Special thanks to miniangel for sending me a comprehensive list of spammers (did you go through the directory or SOMETHING, wow!) as well!

The community is starting to clean up nicely now :)

Posted by roy on October 6, 2006 at 03:14 PM in Tabulas | 1 Comments

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Comment posted on October 14th, 2006 at 07:40 PM
Strictly speaking, nobody should ever *need* JavaScript, ever. In practice, it's very handy for including information from other sites. My blogroll is long, so it has its own page instead of clogging my template; a content page describing myself uses includes of what I'm reading and what I'd like as gifts. Now I can't edit those pages or the includes will get nuked.

Any chance paid users could have JS in content pages? It would make my day.