- Hi Josh: Try this version of the Alaska link without the period at the end, if the one in the message below does not work for you:Message 1 of 2 , Jun 30, 2007View Source
Try this version of the Alaska link without the period at the end, if the one in the message below does not work for you:
That works for me while the one in the second paragraph below didn’t.
Also, if the period at the end of the URL for the State_Agencies_Database page doesn’t work, try the one in the next paragraph without the trailing period.
Thanks for passing this along,
John DeBruyn Denver CO USA
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Josh Tauberer
Sent: Saturday, June 30, 2007 1:20 PM
Subject: [govtrack] [Fwd: New Registry of State agency databases]
Thought some might be interested.
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Subject: [openhouseproject] New Registry of State agency databases
Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2007 11:20:55 -0900
From: Daniel Cornwall <daniel.cornwall@ alaska.net>
Reply-To: openhouseproject@ googlegroups. com
To: <openhouseproject@ googlegroups. com>
I realize this group is focused on federal level information, but I
thought some of you might interested in a new American Library
Association Government Documents Roundtable project that will attempt to
provide annotated links to public databases produced by the fifty state
governments plus the District of Columbia .
The main project page can be found at
http://wikis. ala.org/godort/ index.php/ State_Agency_ Databases. At this
moment in time, only the Alaska page is close to being finished, but
viewing it will give you a flavor for the proposed project. The Alaska
page is at http://wikis. ala.org/godort/ index.php/ Alaska.
If you'd like to help, please adopt a state and start adding databases
using the Alaska page as a template. If you don't like the Alaska page,
click on the "talk" tab of
http://wikis. ala.org/godort/ index.php/ State_Agency_ Databases and suggest
a better format.
Otherwise, just watch the space because it will become progressively
more useful. - Daniel Cornwall, Free Government Information,
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