Earlier this year, I mentioned that one of my personal goals was to "get healthy". Last week I went under the knife on the operating table. The procedure I had was a microdiscetomy and foraminotomy which basically means the neurosurgeon enlarged the window near C6/C7 where the nerves for the arm leaves the spine. This all in hopes of reducing the pain and increasing the strength in my left arm.
Translation: While I have a lot of time to kill while recovering the next couple weeks, I'm only able to sit at the computer in half hour increments. That doesn't give me a lot of time to either mess with code or produce good original content. However, a half hour is plenty of time to upgrade my sites to Wordpress 2.1 and Drupal 5.0!
In the next couple weeks you can expect changes in the look and feel for CMS Report. I don't have a Drupal 5.0 theme and it likely will be some time before I settle on one. Hopefully, those of you that are creatures of habit won't mind the fluctuation of changes you're about to see. You can still expect new posts flowing through the same RSS feeds as you've seen this past year. What you likely won't see though is the return of this four column theme. Stay tuned...
Bryan Ruby is the owner and editor for CMS Report. He founded CMSReport.com in 2006 on the belief that information technologists, website owners, and web developers desired visiting sites where they could learn about content management systems without the sales pitch. Besides this site, you can follow Bryan at Google+ and Twitter.