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2125 - We have lost a regular business guest
A note from Chris, on checkout duty: "Xxxxx has left - very happy with this stay and previous stays. Leaving for promotion in different company." We don't like to loose regular guests, nor do we like to have irregular guests choose to stay elsewhere if they're in Melksham again - so we look to kee ....

2124 - Building down expectations
Ask about Wiltshire, hotel accommodation, business meetings, travel, and open source topics - ask Graham the tutor! I visited a web site where I had posted a short article and clicked on the link to "contact the author" - i.e. myself. And I found myself cautioned as follows: • A respo ....

2123 - Using Python with OpenOffice
The Python-UNO bridge can be used to call up pieces of Python code from within OpenOffice. The source code of a "hello world" example can be found at http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/PyUNO_bridge, showing you how to start OpenOffice looking for a connection on a TCP/IP port, and then how to ....

2122 - Commission Creep
"Please sign this and return it - it confirms our telephone conversation". Fortunately, we're small enough to know who we have spoken to, and sharp enough (I think) to pick out rate changes in such documents which could so easily slip by in a larger office. We're noticing commission creep. The w ....

2121 - Out in the Vale of Pewsey
On Saturday, we took the day off / out. We've been holed up too long at home working on accounts, web sites, and all the other stuff that comes with our business so that - although we are not short of things to do - we needed a refresh. I have often driven through Pewsey ... but never stopped. So ....

2120 - Java on the Web Server - course for delegates with some prior Java experience
We're running a one-off public course from 29th April to 1st May 2009 - 3 days - for delegates with prior Java experience who want to learn about how to use it on the web - that's servlets, sessions, JSPs, standard tag libraries, .jars and .wars and web application configuration under Apache Tomcat. ....

2119 - Make your business a DESTINATION business
I'm writing this for Melksham. And for Melksham's Businesses. Let's make Melksham a town of destination businesses. Are YOU running a business that trades in Melksham? If you are, then read on - there's something in this for you AND there's something in this for the town. And - together - it's f ....

2118 - Spring Sprung
Yesterday was a lovely Spring day ... with bright sunlight making the old clock on the side of the Church (a.k.a. the sundial) useful for once after a long and dull winter ;-). In the field and on the hillsides, white horses (of both animal and chalk varieties) added to the scene. It feels a lot ....

2117 - Choosing a railway station fairly in PHP
I've been transferring the West Wilts Rail Users Group web site into a wiki this evening ... and came up with the question "How do I fairly choose which station to put on their front page". Of course, I favour Melksham. It's far and away the one that needs all the help and support it can get fr ....

2116 - Why do we delay new forum members through authorisation?
It's a big step for many people to sign up to a forum; perhaps they have been visiting as a guest for weeks or months, and something they have read has triggered them to take the final step and say "I want to contribute" and sign up. Signing up to the forums that I administer is free, but it's stil ....

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