On Wed 06 Aug 2008, Dominic Hargreaves <dom(a)earth.li> wrote:
I will remove the following guides from the project
home page in a few
days unless anyone pipes up (I will check again before removing them):
Birmingham: message about a server crash.
Glasgow: missing DNS
Lancaster: blank page
Manchester: default site page (wonky.org.uk)
Montreal: can't contact server
I've now removed all five of these from the city list on http://openguides.org/
I've also removed New York and Vienna (the latter two by request of
their admins). If any of these guides are ever resurrected, they can
of course go back on.
However, in happier news, there is an addition to the list, namely the
Open Guide to CERN:
It's hosted by Bob, and adminned by me, Bob, and Richard Plackett
(Richard is the one who actually has a connection to CERN). Its
geographical remit is "Geneva and its environs in Switzerland, out as
far as Thoiry and Gex in France".
Also, thanks to behind-the-scenes work by Kat and Dom, the OpenGuides
website is now pretty easy to update, and so I've been fixing a few
long-standing niggles with it (as well as adding new news). The
design still needs work, but this is now much much easier to do than
it was a few months ago. So if there's anything you think needs
adding or changing, please shout!