"The law of attraction is a secondary law. The law of vibration is the primary law." - Bob Proctor
Today I'm going to run down the steps from start to finish to successfully install and run your PHP applications on LAMP. My host of choice is Rackspace Cloud Servers. My OS of choice is a Debian VPS. We'll be using Nginx, PHP5, and MySQL. This should run web apps (with possible bugs) such as WordPress, LemonStand, Joomla, etc.
Fresh Lemon-aid on a sunny day, mmm! Welcome to the new site! I've switched from WordPress to LemonStand (with Blog module). As you can see, I'm still under construction here, but couldn't help but make the switch!
As noted by Mark Gibson in the .queue() docs, and the AjaxQueue tickets, the functionality of fn.queue changed and AjaxQueue is not working by default.
Here's another quick release. I remember working on this a few years ago. The idea is instead of forking processes, or calling blocking processes (with system, exec, passthru), we spawn children processes.
At the moment PHP doesn't allow serializing closures. I needed a unobtrusive solution to passing closures to child processes, which are invoked later when the child process has completed the task.
Here's a quick release. I've been doing a lot of scraping work lately and of course use a cURL class. There's plenty of cURL classes out there, and here's another. I plan on evolving the class (joining multicurl into curl) and taking advantage of PHP 5.3 lambdas.
As I've grown tired of Battle.net's game list feature, I've developed a web-based replacement. It only shows a fraction of the current games (at least, if there's more than 10 or so). It's very limited, and game's which you know exist either will not show up or will disappear from the list within a few seconds. To my surprise no one had come up with an improved game search.