As of a few minutes ago, Kirsle.net is no longer powered by Perl. Instead, I've been working on a new content management system written in Python to replace it.
The reasons for the switch-over are numerous:
index.cgion Kirsle.net was sucking up so much memory.
I named the new project Rophako, because I was sitting at the Github "new repository" screen for a half hour trying to think of a name, and ended up just making use of my Azulian Translator to come up with a name. So, Rophako is Azulian for "Website." I'm a clever genius, I know.
You can check out Rophako on Github: https://github.com/kirsle/rophako. The "default website" that comes with it isn't very polished yet; I literally just finished writing the code to support Kirsle.net. So, sometime later I'll tidy up the default website and have a working copy of it running on some subdomain like rophako.kirsle.net.
Anyway, this is the new CMS. I ported over all my old blog posts, comments, comment subscriptions, and things of the sort. All the old URLs should work too, due to my kirsle_legacy.py module in Rophako. If anybody finds any broken links or issues with the site, let me know.
I've polished up Rophako's default site and have an example running here: http://rophako.kirsle.net/
That's the site you'd get if you download and install Rophako (minus the blog posts and photos ). So... the project is officially in "beta" status now and is usable!