For those of you who may not know me, I'm part of the team of people who
look after the overall openguides project and software.
I have this evening brought london.openguides.org back online on a new
host, using the database dump from last year that Earle gave me.
This is catalysed both by Earle leaving the project and a discussion
that arose at the pub the other weekend - essentially the point was made
that there is still a nasty fork between RGL and london.openguides.org,
and that there was also much content that had been put on the latter
that was temporarily lost. I therefore decided it was best to get the
latter back up as soon as possible, if nothing else so the content could
be taken from there and put on RGL.
I'm not able to decide for people which guide to use, and I'm also not a
Londoner, so I'm only getting involved as as custodian, but I do think
that it would be good to look at the situation and decide whether making
two London guides is still the best thing, or whether they should be
merged again somehow.
P.S. Please also note that the lists have moved to a new host today as
well. This means that http://lists.openguides.org/ URLs may not work for
you for a day or so until the DNS TTL expires. I apologies that I wasn't
able to avoid this, due to the coordination issues of migrating the
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