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Storylog and Storyfilter plugins updated

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I have updated the Storylog (v0.29) and Storyfilter (v0.39) plugins for Blosxom. Both now include file locking so there should be no problems with simultaneous access to a site causing file corruption any more.

Storylog now includes an ignore list for URLs and user agents so search engine hits can be ignored so they won't affect the 'most popular clicks' list.

Storyfilter now has the option to generate a list of all keywords, which is useful for site maps. This requires the line
meta-showkeywords: yes
to be included at the start of the story and fills the $storyfilter::allkeywords variable with the list.

Both plugins can be downloaded here.

Twycross Zoo

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Sunday morning. Bored. Emma, not wanting to waste the weekend asked 'where are we going to go today?'. So we went to the zoo. It was a slow drive along the A444 and through Nuneaton although we did pass the curious dandelion fountain in the town. As we got closer to Twycross we passed near the curiously named villages of Sheepy Parva and Sheepy Magna, and a Sheepy Road which lead to them.

Twycross is quite a big zoo. I think we managed to see nearly everything but there are bound to be a few animals we accidently overlooked. We managed to catch the feeding of the elephants and penguins - these were popular events and attracted a big audience.


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