When last we left the Grand Wiki Adventure, things were more or less under control, though Trini was waxing wroth about various duly-marked horizontal bars that failed to materialize on a page she’d written. (Which turned out to be a page I’d written several years ago and forgotten about; however, she did all the wikificationary stuff.) I played around with the code for a few minutes, elicited no improvements, loaded up Safari, where it looked just fine, and pronounced it “Mozilla’s fault.” She professed to be content with that explanation.
Inevitably, management hopes for Phase 3: Profit. Unfortunately, this means there has to be a Phase 2, and it will incorporate intracompany bloggage as a supplement to (not in lieu of, alas) the usual staff gatherings. And while the blog system in Domino is geared toward getting complete idjits posting stuff in no time at all, not an inconsiderable virtue in most environments, those of us who resent the hell out of default templates that don’t yield easily to modification (translation: “those of us who are spoiled by WordPress”) find ourselves sputtering in frustration; if this goes on, I may have to bribe/cajole/clone/kidnap Ed Brill.