Slash Boxes

Slash Open Source Project, Asian and Asian American topics

posted by Krow on 01:00 PM March 24th, 2003   Printer-friendly   Email story
Hi everyone - We've just launched a slash site on Asian and Asian American topics called Thanks so much for the software and the inspiration. We're pretty nervous about whether this can take off or will just linger in some obscure corner of the web, so if you are interested in the community we're trying to create, please help us by telling other people who might also be interested in our site! We acknowledge our direct inspiration from slash in our mission statement. Cheers everyone from the people at!

Cluster Rant

posted by Krow on 06:03 PM March 21st, 2003   Printer-friendly   Email story
Yet another slash site for Beowulf/HPC cluster users. Check out Cluster Rant if you are interested.
deadline - Your Daily Political Roller Coaster

posted by Krow on 05:19 PM March 10th, 2003   Printer-friendly   Email story
Without further ado, here are the fruit of my last 12 weekends. The site runs on 2.6.6 and I probably won't touch it until there is a more decent upgrade strategy. Let me know if you like it and if you're interested in politics, please don't be shy and post a story when you run into something outrageous (which is easy these days).


posted by Krow on 01:40 PM March 6th, 2003   Printer-friendly   Email story
It took 6 years to update my code after I handed rob the set of perl code I hacked out to run my site, but finally I changed over to running slash. I'm still working on bringing over the last of the content from the old site, and still tweaking everything (I still have the default slash color scheme) but it looks pretty good so far.


posted by Krow on 02:26 AM February 20th, 2003   Printer-friendly   Email story
ExploitSeattle is your daily dose of events occuring in the Emerald City. Its run by a horde of rain soaked Seattlites who's quest to relieve boredom and promote cool stuff(TM) caused them to create a site to list their hip and not so hip events.


posted by Krow on 01:49 PM February 19th, 2003   Printer-friendly   Email story
Hi! Just wanted to let you know that I started my own slash-site, targeted at the Romanian audience.
The site is intented to be a Romanian version of Slashdot, but focus falls on local stories.

ICANNWatch Converts to Slash

posted by Krow on 12:39 PM February 18th, 2003   Printer-friendly   Email story
It's sort of been mentioned before, but -- a site devoted to chronicles and critiques of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers -- has converted from PHP Nuke 4.2 to Slash. Whether or not this item gets published, we'd like to be added to the list of slash sites. And of course, if you are interested in the future of the Internet you may want to visit us to find out what ICANN is up to. Or, you might want to read our first month's status report.

Orion Robots - From Sol to Sirius

posted by Krow on 12:36 PM February 10th, 2003   Printer-friendly   Email story
This is really just a shameless plug. I wanted to let those people at slash know about my site at The site specializes in robotics discussions, and will grow to include galleries, robot design submissions and much technical info. all with the ability to search and comment! Hooray for slash!


posted by Krow on 03:22 PM February 3rd, 2003   Printer-friendly   Email story
I have managed to get my slash site up, and it has been running for a while. Check it out here. I was happy to be able to integrate the slash login with my java servlet application. The links on the lower left of the site link to a servlet, and it automatically pulls the user login info into the java program. The java program allows you to cross-reference pictures of aircraft with pilots and pictures other people have taken. The site is pretty new, and I haven't announced it the the aviation community yet. I still have a few bugs to work out. (Like why does my 'About' page generate an exception?)


posted by Krow on 02:25 PM February 3rd, 2003   Printer-friendly   Email story
I just completed a website aimed at solo and small firm lawyers called ( I have shared it with colleagues but not publicly launched in the legal community. I figure since your code made the site possible, that slash should be the first place where I make the site public. As you probably know, blogging has become very popular with lawyers these days...but your code is so much more robust! Thanks.
Carolyn Elefant
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