Ruby On Rails 2.0

Rails 2.0 has been out for a couple of months now, I had refrained from upgrading to it because I wasn’t sure what it would break. After putting the website under version control I decided it was too easy not to upgrade to Rails 2.0, so here it is, a website that looks and runs exactly like it did and only a few problems to be found.

To go along with the upgrade I have also added a couple of new features to the website, the photography page now links to my Flickr photostream so if you want to post comments on my photos, feel free. I have also added the ability for me to add images from other sources to the blog, not that important but no doubt you’ll notice the change. The largest change at the moment is the addition of social networking sites on the sidebar. If you like what you read to can add the page to Delicious, Digg, reddit or StumbleUpon.

Mainly to test the upgrade, you can admire one of my flickr photos, the most popular of my photos, or check back soon.

Update: Oops, no image. Remember, if you update something to allow longer links, update the database too.

Update: Generally a broken site is a sign of bad testing, that’s true in this case, the archives were broken, now they’re fixed.