Thanks for taking the time to check the website *and* for providing some
useful feedback. I'll look for the missing pages.
Herb Johnson wrote:
> > >> Dan Roganti wrote:
> > >>
> > >>> The new MARCH website is looking good !
> > >>> I just could [not] find the links to any photos
> Jim Scheef <scheefj@...> wrote:
> > Dan and all,
> > I did most of the site before VCF. I'm looking into ways to embed
> > slide shows into the site as well as a simple way to host picture
> > on the server. I want to move the videos to a streaming site like
> > YouTube to make that content easier to view. The site is designed for
> > ease of maintenance. The menus are all text plus CSS with a little
> > to make them work in IE.
> I think Dan's question was about photos he could NOT find. He may mean
> the PDP-11/20 Web pages I produced for MARCH, to support the
> 11/20 exhibit I produced for MARCH. By signed agreement with MARCH,
> MARCH has copyright to that material. The agreement was with the
> material I provided to Jim months ago at his request.
> Jim has done good work on the overall site, and the important features
> of the 11/20 exhibit and material are on the MARCH site. But the
> PDP-11/20 pages are full of links to nowhere, mostly former links to
> photos or documents which were nonetheless provided. There are some
> formatting errors too, such as the list of PDP-11 boards which I set
> up to physically correspond to the actual boards as photographed. It's
> tricky formatting I'll admit.
> I learned a lot from the experience, but I'll make only one point
> about it.
> My special thanks to David Gesswein and his http://www.pdp8.net/
> <http://www.pdp8.net/> Web
> site and resources. Among other support he provided, including
> artifacts he donated, David developed at my request new videos of his
> PDP-8 and Teletype in operation. He improved them further on his own
> Web site. Enormous content on his site, real hardware at work,
> resources available there to help others with THEIR PDP-8's. His work
> is most admirable; his helping ME, made his OWN work better. That's
> how it's supposed to work, and that is one reason I did the exhibit
> and Web content for MARCH: as an EXAMPLE.
> Herb Johnson