Numbcast. It's back.
In pretty good time considering my usual level of procrastination, the new Numbcast site is ready for business.
Numbcast is a pointless crap-talking podcast we used to do with Tunnie last year, and for obvious reasons it's been quiet for a while. Then Joe, Smiddy, and Alison recorded a show on Thursday and the rest is... well, the future, I suppose...
The backend code itself uses some file parsing code I first wrote for chatzilla.rdmsoft.com with extra bits that make it act similarly to the old Numbcast page, but hopefully in a way that's easier to maintain.
Gill and Joe helped with the design, and I used my scary experience of CSS floats and IE bugs to make it all work. I was resisting using gradient fills initially, but now that I tried them I quite like the look.
Stuff that's still on my todo list is getting @numbcast.com email addresses set up, making some profiles for presenters, and making the fancy collapsing shownotes work in IE.
I also just realized that most of this post makes no grammatical sense whatsoever, but I can't be arsed fixing that.
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