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staff:

Welcome to Tumblr Tuesday, where we share some of our favorite random Tumblr blogs of the moment.
Marlo Meekins This extreme caricaturist makes classy art. Art that provides a stunningly honest portrait of what it means to be human. And farts. (See above.)
Mozilla Webmaker Mozilla Webmaker wants to help people everywhere make, learn, and play using the open building blocks of the web. Their Tumblr blog showcases the awesome stuff people are making.
Blank on Blank Blank on Blank brings journalists’ lost interviews back to life via podcast, radio and YouTube. Check out Bill Draper on His $20 Bet with Fidel Castro; Caroll Spinney on Creating Big Bird & Oscar the Grouch; and Jonathan Alter’s interview with President Obama. Also — attention journalists — submit your lost tapes!
The Moth The Moth is a not-for-profit organization dedication to the art and craft of storytelling. Everybody has a story.
This Belongs in a Museum Written by a frustrated museologist (that’s a thing), this blog is dedicated to funny, ridiculous and mundane collections found in museums around the world.
For regular updates on what’s fresh, check out the official New & Notable Tumblrs blog!

staff:

Welcome to Tumblr Tuesday, where we share some of our favorite random Tumblr blogs of the moment.

Marlo Meekins
This extreme caricaturist makes classy art. Art that provides a stunningly honest portrait of what it means to be human. And farts. (See above.)

Mozilla Webmaker
Mozilla Webmaker wants to help people everywhere make, learn, and play using the open building blocks of the web. Their Tumblr blog showcases the awesome stuff people are making.

Blank on Blank
Blank on Blank brings journalists’ lost interviews back to life via podcast, radio and YouTube. Check out Bill Draper on His $20 Bet with Fidel Castro; Caroll Spinney on Creating Big Bird & Oscar the Grouch; and Jonathan Alter’s interview with President Obama. Also — attention journalists — submit your lost tapes!

The Moth
The Moth is a not-for-profit organization dedication to the art and craft of storytelling. Everybody has a story.

This Belongs in a Museum
Written by a frustrated museologist (that’s a thing), this blog is dedicated to funny, ridiculous and mundane collections found in museums around the world.

For regular updates on what’s fresh, check out the official New & Notable Tumblrs blog!

Countdown to v3.0

oscommerce:

Published by Harald Ponce de Leon

We are extremely proud to countdown to March 31 for the release of osCommerce Online Merchant v3.0 and to cause a disruption in the Open Source and e-commerce community. Our future goals are based on this new foundation that will continually be improved on to meet the demands of tomorrows store…

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(Source: countdown.oscommerce.com)

Tips!

oscommerce:

Melinda Odom:

The docs for the Tips and Tricks section of the knowledgebase are just about complete for the ms3 version with the addition of a few more articles today. These all will be tested in the upcoming days as to accuracy to use for the milestone 3 release. Any that are not compatible will be turned off until they are updated.

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OSCOM v3.0 Namespace Usage

oscommerce:

Published by Harald Ponce de Leon

Namespace What\Is\It?

Namespaces allow scopes to be added to classes and are used to group related classes and to prevent collision of class names. The larger the framework grows and the more components that become available and integrate with the framework, the greater the…

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Live Shop Submissions

oscommerce:

Melinda Odom:

We are keeping caught on the Live Site Submissions … thank you Wendy! :P

However, we are finding that there are several duplicate submissions and some are not following the Live Shop rules here:

http://www.oscommerce.info/kb/280

All sites that do not follow these guidelines are deleted.

All sites that put in duplicate submissions are deleted … we have a checker in place so it really does not help you to make multiple submissions.

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OSCOM v3.0 Application Actions

oscommerce:

Published by Harald Ponce de Leon

What Application Actions Do

Application Actions allows functionality to be added to Applications in a flexible manner without needing to edit core source code files. Actions typically define what page content is presented in a given situation and can load nested actions for further…

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OSCOM v2.3 Pre-Release Notes

oscommerce:

Published by Harald Ponce de Leon

We stated earlier that the next osCommerce Online Merchant releases would be v2.2 and v3.0 and that we wouldn’t be publishing any more alpha, beta, or release candidate labelled versions. The next v2.2 release was declared as “v2.2final” to finalize the versioning cycle it went through, from…

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Open Source Rocks!

oscommerce:

Published by Harald Ponce de Leon

We are fortunate to have a unique relationship with our community that is based on trust. This was built on and earned naturally from the very beginning when we first announced ourselves to the world in March 2000. Our user base has grown from a few people to millions worldwide, attracted through…

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(Source: countdown.oscommerce.com)