I see now how the grouping of messages is going and so found the most
recent (Thu Feb 1, 2007 2:19 pm) posting of the File - Welcome.
I clicked on the link there for docs (
) and got a 403 forbidden error. Hmmm.
I also clicked on http://www.legolas.org/pcgen/pytw/#PCGen
and got "PCGen.
The tiddler 'PCGen.' doesn't yet exist. Double-click to create it"
Other than those, all of the links seemed to work.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Frank Kliewe" <fkliewe@...> wrote:
> On 2/2/07, Matt <mbchambers@...> wrote:
> > Hi, I was looking for the FAQ mentioned in the "File - Welcome" (
> > http://pedertest.officeline.no/pcgen/ ) post and couldn't find it. I
> > also tried to Google it but without success so far.
> > I was also a bit confused by the Alpha build links on
> > http://pcgen.sourceforge.net/03_get_pcgen.php#alpha are all 4.1.X and
> > so pretty ancient. Does the page need updating?
> > The link on that page under "Option 3. Nightly Builds" gets you
> > page ( http://pcgen.sourceforge.net/07_autobuilds.php ) with the
> > current production and development autobbuils, but also has a link at
> > the top "As a result, unless you like living on the edge, it is
> > use one of our regular releases available from the _downloads page_."
> > take one to a page http://pcgen.sourceforge.net/03_downloads.php that
> > is an "Error type: 404" page.
> > In general, is there a place and code best for reporting apparent
> > errors in links and website structure?
> Hi Matt,
> you 're probably reading the messages through the Yahoo groups
> interface and have set that to "Group by Topic". In that case if you
> click the "File - Welcome" message, you will have the oldest message
> under that topic displayed, which dates from February 2002.
> If you open the latest message under that Topic, you should see more
> recent links.
> Frank Kliewe
> PCGen Content Silverback
> Last night, Darth Vader came down from planet Vulcan and told me that
> if I didn't take Lorraine out that he'd melt my brain.
> (George McFly in "Back To The Future", 1985)