Google are making it a bit easier to find out how they are indexing your site and any problems they are finding along the way.
Because I use Blogger's BlogSpot domain, I can only customise the template for the page - not add any extra files to the site. However the sitemap facility does support Atom 0.3 feeds, which my blog does have, so I've pointed it to that feed. It says it will take a few hours to update, but it will be interesting to see what it says about my blog once it is finished.
"Understand and control the architecture of your .NET application"
Scott Guthrie will be speaking at the Microsoft TechEd Conference in Sydney later this year!
Two interesting things have happened in the last couple of days - I've had another patch accepted into the Mozilla source code repository, and I've driven to Wagga Wagga with Roger, Gary and Dat to attend the 2006 CodeCamp.
The Mozilla patch fixes a problem that some users had noticed with Firefox 1.5 when they were pasting web content into Outlook 2000 plain-text emails. An unusual case, but it looks like the fix was pretty simple and didn't break the functionality for other users. The patch is checked in to the "trunk" and should make it into Firefox 2.0 - I'll try to get it into a future 1.5 update but that may be over optimistic.
The drive to Wagga went well. It's good to have Dat along on this trip (he couldn't make CodeCamp last year). So far the presentations have been really good, though I confess I (again) didn't pay attention in the BizTalk session :-)
This is interesting - it's a sample that generates work items in Team Foundation Server when a .NET application has application errors or performance problems.
The only problem I can see is that it apparently requires MOM on the server where the applications are deployed.
We currently just generate e-mails with the exception details and send them to the developers. Still, if the dependency on MOM could be removed then this could be useful.