I'm happy for the Cambridge guide to close. The world seems to have moved
on from when we set it up on what feels a very long time ago, looking over
the content many pages have been overwritten with spam, all I can see is
that it will be collect to spam in the future.
All the best,
Dr Andrew N Holding
Mobile: 07595 666459
On Tue, 6 Dec 2016 at 00:09 Dominic Hargreaves <dom(a)earth.li> wrote:
[Bcced to contact emails of guides in question]
As I'm in the process of moving the config for the server in question,
I'm looking at whether to migrate the following sites:
These are all sites which seem to have very little genuine content,
and (where edits are enabled) are sadly swamped by spam.
has quite a lot of spam but also a reasonable amount of
genuine content, even if not very up-to-date.
I don't think that most of these sites serve us or anyone else
well, so I am proposing (again with the exception of Cambridge)
to not migrate them - they would disappear and be replaced with a
Please let me know as soon as possible it you would like to support
keeping any of the first set of sites, or have any views on what
should happen with Cambridge. I will be migrating to the new server
in a few weeks.