A bunch of “shout-outs” to do today. Thanks go out to Pascal, Marie-Aude, Richard, Martin, Cathy, and Francois. I think I have enough now to get 2 weeks worth of my medications. It’s a step in the right direction. There is also enough snow on the ground that I can probably go back to my house sometime tomorrow and use the 5 gallon buckets I got from a local restaurant. Fill those suckers with snow and melt them for water. Hopefully it will give me enough time to tackle the plumbing situation and make my house livable again. As long as the utilities don’t get cut off.
I spent much of this morning prepping for my medical assistance appeal which is coming yup next week. Everyone please cross your fingers. If I lose, I’ll just refile an appeal again and again until they are sick of seeing me. Sadly though it takes months to get an appeal scheduled.
I spent this afternoon working on various Pligg related stuff. I made a helper module that will be released free when Pligg 2 comes out called PliggUI. It’s basically an all-in-one type of module that will allow template developers to do some pretty creative things.
I started an Indiegogo campaign yesterday. If you are unable to contribute financially, I would ask that you please go to that page anyway and click the sharing buttons. Facebook, Twitter, etc. It will help move my campaign up the ladder a little more. And right now the more exposure the better.
Someone submitted my campaign to Reddit yesterday but they were kind of skeptical and a bit rude towards the whole thing. Oh well. It happens. I can’t let a couple negative people keep me down. I must stay positive.
Yankidank is back from vacation, so we’re chomping away at the pligg 2 core files again. Trying to knock out a couple of last minute bugs before we prep the release. We still don’t have a release date set but I can tell you it will be sooner rather than later.
If you would like to contribute to me directly without going through Indiegogo you can use this link here.
Thanks again to everyone who contributed today.
Tune in tomorrow