Moving around and going to github

I don't think you'll notice, but I've just moved this page permanently to There seems to have been some problems getting this site indexed properly when it was hosted on a subdomain of To get the site ut to speed I decided to move it. After all, what is a webpage without visitors? And how would you get here without the site being visible?

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Until now we have been hosting at, but since they don't support several domains I'm considering to move everything to where I'm currently hosting At the same time I think we'll have to do something about those outdated webpages we've got there. We haven't really updated those in a while.

On a completely different topic I'm trying out git at the moment as an alternative to Subversion. Way too many people have been talking positively about it lately, so I figured I needed to give git a shot.

First of all I've set up a profile over at github and am going to upload a few of my projects during the next couple of weeks. I've got too much source code lying around not to share it with everyone :)

And for starters that's a big plus for github. Keeping my projects stored in one place makes it a much better alternative than hosting alternatives for Subversion, like SourceForge and Google Code.