Well, after a long trip, I arrived at my hotel yesterday in Berlin. Today I, and my mates from Kabisa, have joined RailsConf Europe 2007. I don’t think I’ll be giving a full, in-detail report of everything that happens, but I will let you know anything worth your (and my) time.
If you happen to be in Berlin these days, feel free to drop me an e-mail at ariejan at ariejan.
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Of course, there’s information available on how to upload your FavIcon and how to let your browser know about it.