Re: Bolger wikipedia index
>--- In email@example.com, "Bruce Hallman" <bruce@...> wrote:Yahoo
> I just got a chance to diagnose the problem and it appears that
> puts a bomb in their URL's that prevents direct linking. In otherThe problem is that yahoo requires that you be logged in to
> words, the link works from my PC, but apparently not from yours.
access the files and photos sections, although this is not a
requirement to access the messages.
I know that public/member access to the messages is a configurable
setting for the group, is it possible to make the other sections
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Perth, Western Australia
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> The problem is that yahoo requires that you be logged in toA year ago, I suggest to start a small website with a database of Bolger
designs, description, size, photos, study-plans, links, commentaries, etc.
The idea (except for Stefan, Curtis and a few others) didn t get much
response from the Bolger community. Nobody send data, photos or anything.
The site would be free, you don t need to register, and if I get a donation
for hosting, is a plus (but not mandatory) I think people dislike this, I
Even Bruce tried to start a flickr group for more photo storage, also
Wikipedia, and I see that people didn t like also very much neither of them.
As an example, I start a free small website of a local class of sailboat
from the 70s "Alpha 25", and I have a lot of response from the owners, who
send me photos, technical data, etc (In spanish)
I offer again my colaboration as a web developer, to start some kind of
website that contains an "index" of the 600+ Bolger designs.
> I offer again my colaboration as a web developer, to start some kind ofGreat, do it. That is a beautiful thing about the Web, is that
> website that contains an "index" of the 600+ Bolger designs.
> Regards, Máximo.
content in far away places can be linked together easily.