By Tim Butler | Posted at 12:50 AM

With the way I have SAFARI setup, I have asisaid as a testbed, and then all of the other SAFARI enabled sites feed off of one codebase to which I push out updates. I did such a push a few days ago to fix the disabled comments bug that was affecting Ed's blog. Silly as I am, I didn't check afterwards to make sure everything was still OK on my church's site, which also uses SAFARI. As it turned out, I killed off most of the site because of a small bug that hasn't been a problem on the other sites.

Keeping the code centralized is good for saving time doing updates, but has its disadvantages…

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