Had an invitee drop us a note the other day to tell us that she was frustrated that she wasn’t able to indicate that she would not be attending. A second person invited to the same event accepted the invitation, only to mention in the notes that she couldn’t make it.
I hadn’t thought about including a decline option on a registration site, but it’s been added to the feature list for the future.
Last night, Dreamhost moved my account to a new host. Not a big deal, and it’s certainly understandable, but it did break my one running Django app – the Gentryart Gallery. Here’s what I did to fix it.
First, as suggested in the Dreamhost Server Moves Page, I recompiled Python to create a 64bit version. While I was at it, I upgraded from v2.5.2 to v2.6.5. This great page by Ryan Kanno outlined the steps. I just changed the version number. I also deleted my old installation of Python so there wouldn’t be any chance of confusion there.
Now, if I would have used the same python version and kept everything in the same locations, I would have been done. Since I didn’t, I had a little more to do.
Next, I needed to install all of the python packages I use. Here’s the list:
Following the famous Jeff Croft post, I updated the
admin_media shortcut to point to the new Django files.
And the gallery is back in business!