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[02:55:16] hey all, anybody knows how to add'AddHandler' to make .jsf files works as .jsp?
[02:55:16] No, patrickaroo & the channel at large
[02:55:21] like using .htaccess or so
t my gut says that the defense of Black Matrix is primarily being made by those who have sold their works to Black Matrix and don’t like being made to feel they made a bad decision.
It’s hard to own up to being snookered.Rob Reiter says:December 3, 2
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earning and firstname.lastname@example.org (Scott McLeod)
10 Sep 2015 | 8:36 amI’m sitting in a workshop today about early literacy supports. The presenters are personable, the resources aren’t horrible, the intent is good, and there are 45+ well
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