Yes, I can attest that this is a very good site - even though they
made the poor (in my opinion) decision to enforce people to use a user
name and password. After I created mine the first time I used it, I
think I had to wait up to about 24 hours before access was allowed.
But now I'm able to get on easily every time. If you use a web
browser like Firefox Mozilla, you can set it to remember your logon
and password, and so you don't need to reenter it every time.
The quality of the electronic Pali is very good, I've found.
--- In Pali@yahoogroups.com, Hugo <eklektik@...> wrote:
> Hello Gunnar,
> On Thu, Dec 25, 2008 at 3:54 PM, Gunnar GÃ¤llmo <gunnargallmo@...>
> > I have just been informed that the new Thai Pali Tipitaka, that
was introduced so emphatically some years ago, is finally available
> > http://www.tipitakastudies.net
> > However, if you enter that web-site and try to read, for example,
the Sutta Nipata, you are met with the message:
> > "We're sorry, but yu must have permission to view the page you
> > Closed fist of the teacher?
> > There is an offer to register; I have tried to do that, but I am
still not able to enter.
> I tried just a few minutes ago and I was able to create an account and
> see the sutta located at:
> So maybe they were having technical problems when you tried.
> Try again and if you can't, let me know if you want me to send you
> some specific sutta so you can compare with other versions.