Two important news items to note for this post:
- I've begun the official complete transition from stock .html pages to cool Wiki pages for the entire Matt's Home on the Web site. This site is currently in beta form over on my private TWiki installation as I ensure the functionality and make sure other things are working with it before going live. But, it's exciting for several reasons: a) with TWiki, I'm able to easily include other pages, meaning I can chop off about 1-2K per page (just meaning less server space required), b) I can easily modify pages, c) searching through online content is now possible, d) other neat features will be available. Hopefully within a few weeks I'll have it live.
- Regarding yesterday's comments on the 'linkers' to images: After banning all access to all Python-related images (and monitoring the logfile for 24 hours), it became apparent that it was not 6 or so images being linked, but only one. A single image received approximately 97% of the hits in question over a 24-hour period! So, to make myself feel better and make it less of an inconvenience for others legitimately viewing those pages, I have re-granted access to all images (with the one exception). I won't probably re-grant access to that until I notice that the hits have drastically gone down, or until I get the Python site moved over fully to the TWiki, or both. But for now...that's how it's going to be.