LO Infrastructure, Web Pages LO24140

From: Richard Karash (Richard@karash.com)
Date: 03/09/00

Replying to LO23728 --

The LO Web Archive is back in business.

Go to http://www.learning-org.com/archives/html and from there you can
read the LO msgs from any month. On the Web Archive, you can see the
messages linked into threads, msgs by date, by author, etc.

The LO Web Archive is driven by hypermail, created by Kevin Hughes and now
extended, updated, and made y2k compliant by Kent Landfield. I am very
grateful to Hughes, Landfield, and other contributors for this
extraordinary software. For more on hypermail see http://www.hypermail.org

My solution to the y2k problem was to move to Landfield's new version of

Again, I would be happy to have any comments about the way learning-org

Best regards to all... Hope you are enjoying learning-org.

   -=- Rick

I wrote on 1/1/00:

>Well... There's a y2k glitch in the software I use to create the LO web
>pages. This is disappointing... Planes are flying, banks are solvent,
>electricity flows, but the LO web pages are stopped! Ugh.
>Have patience for the web pages until I am able to complete this task.
>And, because we have to consider infrastructure changes for the LO msg
>distribution process, does anyone have any suggestions for things they
>would like to see in the LO web site? Any suggestions for software that
>would do this?
>I presently use hypermail to create the cross-linked web pages for msgs
>and replies. I would like to have a local search facility, but at present
>I rely on the public search engines to index our material.
>My overall design is:
> - plain text email for the main distribution (for maximum reach)
> - list management with majordomo
> - digest version for those who prefer (60%)
> - hypermail creates web pages daily from our unix archive file (a
>couple hundred people read on the web)
> - public search engines index our material
>What would you like to see? What software would create it?


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