Jacob Barkdull

Freelance web developer & programmer

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November 23rd, 2019
PHP Web Server GUI A GTK+ interface that lets you choose the PHP executable, IP address or hostname, port number, root directory, and INI file graphically.
March 25th, 2014
HashOver HashOver is a free and open source PHP comment system designed to allow completely anonymous comments and easy theming.

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November 23rd, 2019
Today I am announcing the release of a personal project of mine. A GTK+ interface for PHP's built-in web server. It lets you choose the executable, IP address or hostname, port number, root directory, and INI file graphically. I have used this software for testing purposes for many years, since at least 2014.
March 16th, 2016

This is a bug fix release. It primarily includes fixes to problems many people have encountered using HashOver on Windows. There aren't any new features, as not even version 2.0 is focused on new features.

October 13th, 2015

This is a bug fix release. It includes fixes for problems many people have encountered and contacted me about since version 1.0's release, primarily PHP Strict Standards messages causing JavaScript syntax errors. There aren't any new features, as not even version 2.0 is focused on new features.

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November 15th, 2019
If you leave this option checked when you export your image, any pixels you erased will be saved in the exported image. They will not be truly erased, just made fully transparent. In other words, the data that describes the color of each pixel will be preserved, they will just be made invisible. This option has privacy implications. With it enabled, what you erase from an image may still be present in transparent pixels.
May 2nd, 2015

Over the past few days I've been in talks with a nice fellow named Kamil Jablonski, a concept artist, graphic designer, and web developer who recently contributed a Polish locale for HashOver. He shared with me a logo design for HashOver, that after some back and forth became, in my opinion, a very cool design.

September 17th, 2014

It was some time ago when I wrote the original share button for Identi.ca, back then Identi.ca enjoyed quite a lot of traffic and user activity, but more than that it was also developed heavily and was praised by many, including myself, for being technologically impressive whilst allowing easy online conversations and communication.

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