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Open Sourced: IRC Customer Support Modules for madcow

By Tara Gibbs, May 23, 2013

Last month, we had a hackathon here at ActiveState. I spent some time creating a collection of modules for Chris Jones' madcow IRC bot that would be useful to our dev and support team members.

You see, we've got this IRC channel on freenode: #stackato

Category: open source, stackato

New RSS Feed Location

By Navrup Johal, November 21, 2012

RSS

This is a short and sweet PSA about our RSS feed. In a nutshell, we're moving our RSS feed location. Anyone viewing the blog via RSS should update to the new feed at www.activestate.com/blog/rss.xml.

If you are newly adding the feed, you will automatically use the new feed location.

Thanks.

Tags: blog, rss, support

So You Think We're Malicious?

By Carey Hoffman, November 16, 2012

Google Chrome Danger MachineFIRST THINGS FIRST: Google Chrome is flagging Komodo installers as "malicious". Rest assured, Komodo IDE and Komodo Edit are NOT malicious files set out to stream all personal data off your computer and into an evil doer's dirty hard drive.

Category: komodo

ActivePython 2.5 & 2.6: Extended Support Options

By Troy Topnik, March 28, 2012
ActivePython

ActivePython Community Edition 2.5 and 2.6 are no longer available for free download.

Category: python

Is Python 2.x support on your Christmas Wish List?

By Diane Mueller, December 16, 2010

Do you find yourself adding Python 2.x support onto your Christmas shopping List? 

Are you hoping that Santa's elves will continue to build you toys with deprecated builds of Python?

Category: python

All our stuff is supported on Windows 7

By Graham Stuart, December 6, 2010

ActiveState Products that work on Windows 7Are you wondering if the ActiveState product you want to use will work on Windows 7?

Komodo IDE on a USB stick

By Troy Topnik, August 10, 2010

Komodo on a USB stickI like it when a Komodo tech support email comes in that makes me think "Good question. I don't know the answer. I bet we could make this work though."

One such question arrived last week from a long-time Komodo user who wanted us to make Komodo "portable" so that he could run it from a USB stick when he was travelling. Not everyone uses a laptop after all.

Critical systems using Perl, Tcl or Python? Time to think about support.

By Kendra Penrose, May 14, 2009

A recent blog post by Matt Asay caught our eye here at ActiveState:

Category: ActiveBlog
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