No, the wp-admin folder is rather hard coded.
Saw this on facebook the other day, seems very relevant:
You do realize that the SRB bands were completely redesigned following Challenger? Not just add a third O ring and be done?
A retainer band around the pins, longer pins, changing the mating feature (Clevis and Tang) from a U to more an S to further prevent gases from escaping. And joint heaters for cold weather.
Create a federal patent court circuit with knowledgeable judges, and be specific to exclude the eastern district of Texas for systematic bias.
Further, the US Constitution doesn't grant the federal government immigration authority. It is an "Implied Power" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Implied_powers
Substitute Michael Dell for Sam Zell, and Dell Company for Tribune Company. Here lies the future...
Never trust guys with names that end in 'ell'
I cited this comment in a letter to my constituent senators. Makes much better sense than what Hatch is spewing.
Thanks for yet another business example of why you don't put all your eggs in one basket. I.e. Zynga -> Facebook relationship, or sort of similar situation in Chicago with Areawide Cellular and Cingular. At least the family that ran Areawide Cellular also ran nursing homes. http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2003-04-28/business/0304270544_1_wireless-carriers-cingular-wireless-at-t-wireless
I am sure you also tried to sell Dish/Direct for that same commission hit as a diversification measure. Problem is the carriers and satellite have no intrest in developing agent businesses as a franchisee/ franchiser would.
Just being in the "agent" business is at most a decade business run.
I also add the tests were run on cloud servers, which is a time share environment.
Also, I would have used TC server instead of tomcat. Or another java enterprise JSP container.
No, Advertised price at 9.96 would round down to 9.95. Then the price should increase to 10.05 or so, then jump to 10.95.
Since you are now selling access to me, why am I not getting a fiscal benefit as a result?
Is this different from Linkedin's paid messages as those are work/career context that has a precedent?
Is this different from Postal mail?
Exactly. I don't want a touch phone, I want a slider keyboard phone. HTC made great ones and now I can't find any.
How about Larry "Sugarbear" Reyes? You don't need a technical head, just some guy from Rackspace to run around in a straight jacket.
I am a Release manager at Acquity Group and have worked for "Old School" software companies that have their eyes blazing at all the new web companies that release release release all day long.
Here is the abbreviated philosophic path to victory:
Your developers need to act like operations (knowing how the code is deployed and configuration settings, routes and the like) guys and your operations guys need to start coding (as in ruby for puppet and chef, automation and automation and automation)
This leads to...
Infrastructure as Code.
Hire a Release Engineer or convert a sysadmin to start automating builds. Now you start automating code deployments, you start automating infrastructure deployments so they are repeatable.
This leads to...
Now you need to stop focusing on smoke testing and have test automation engineers write automated test code.
One more thing...
When things go nuts, with fast deploys you need fast rollback. Capistrano is a great tool for deploying this way, rollback is very easy.
Now you can
Great, you got this far, your builds, testing, deploys are automated!
Coding for Continuous Delivery is a different paradigm where unfinished code makes it to production. This means that in the production configuration, settings for the new code must be activated by switches to turn new feature sets on. You don't want that unfinished code mucking up your site, right?
Do you have CAB boards and ITIL processes? Great, make them faster and more as DEV/TEST/QA becomes automated and just focus on UAT/Prod environments. See this book: http://www.amazon.com/The-Visible-Ops-Handbook-Implementing/dp/0975568612/
I can also gloss over on waterfall/Agile and hybrid software models.
Finally, unless your culture wants to shift, it may be damned near impossible to change the culture unless management wants to. If it's doomed, it's doomed!
Great job on the correct link attributions in summary. Gold star.