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Ad Row Bugfix

June 4th, 2016
A bug has been identified and fixed which affected all sections with an ad that would display in the center of the page content (all Linux sections and the Terminology section); basically the association code (which points one item to another if it's simply in a different section or an identical set of data [such as a former title for a product]) was overriding the array and displaying a fraction of the items which it should have been loading. This affected the ad display code since the data pr
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Linux System Progress

June 2nd, 2016
I'm happy to announce that I just put the finishing touches on the initial draw-up of the Linux section here at UGN Security. The control panel took a little longer to work out the logic, but now that it's out of the way staff can manage the entries without diving into the database, and users can submit items from the main site.

Now, what'll need to be done first, will be to edit every entry and insert a proper description for all pages; and the Command listing will need extended entries and
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Linux Section Progress

May 16th, 2016
The Linux section has had it's last public page modifications done today and should be operating as intended. All of the data supplied is from the GoNix Initiative website, which will be decommissioned soon (see the previous update here).

It took quite a while to figure out how to make the systems work, as it's combining 4 sets of data into one large system (as opposed to one set of data like our standard site systems). Plus getting all of the JavaScript, RSS, SiteMap, XML Syndication Pages,
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It is with a heavy heart that I formally announce that our child project The GoNix Initiative is now decommissioned.

We created this project in May of 2009 to help demystify Linux for new users. Where the project started off strong, and with heavy initial interest, it never took off as planned; with an average monthly unique user count of ~100 users.

However, I have worked a long set of hours over the last couple of weeks planning, inserting data, and coding, to ensure that all content is
[Read More: The GoNix Initiative - Decommissioned]
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