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  • Phil Gyford
    Annoyingly, the website has temporarily disappeared - I m moving the domain name and it happened while I was asleep! The site should be back within a couple of
    Message 1 of 11 , Jan 1, 2013
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      Annoyingly, the website has temporarily disappeared - I'm moving the domain name and it happened while I was asleep! The site should be back within a couple of hours or so.

      Phil


      On 31 Dec, 2012, at 23:45, Arthur Perry <arthur.r.perry@...> wrote:



      I jumped on the PepysDiary.com train in year 6. I'm looking forward to getting the first half of the diary in daily doses. Thanks Phil!

      - Art

      On Dec 31, 2012, at 16:52, Susan Thomas <susan.thomas@...> wrote:

      Happy New Year, Phil - what an awesome New Year's Gift. As ever, your generosity and hard work are astounding. Are we all ready for another 10 year ride?? I have just been reading The Tyrannicide Brief by Geoffrey Robertson - the biog of the prosecution counsel - John Cooke - for Charles I's trial. GR is a barrister, so it is mainly done from that perspective. A few bits of history are a bit wonky (e.g. he considers Queen Mary of Scotland culpable beyond doubt for her husband's murder), but is an excellent (if depressing) read and has several quotes from our Sam, including the last reference in history to JC as a person - Sam noting down he had seen JC's head displayed outside Westminster Hall in October 1660. So I want to reread all of 1660 anyway.


      Australian Susan

      On 1 January 2013 05:30, Phil Gyford <lists@...> wrote:
       

      There is a new site... I'm not sure when the domain name will change and everyone will see it - I can't yet, but hopefully in the next few hours this will begin to make sense... until then the link below won't work and you'll see the old site if you visit http://www.pepysdiary.com/

      Phew, a busy Christmas!

      Phil


      Welcome to the new (unfinished) site
      http://www.pepysdiary.com/news/2012/12/31/2/

      Welcome to the new website, just in time for 1st January. The diary entries will be appearing each day on the front page from 11pm (London time) on 1st January 2013, starting with 1st January 1660. The RSS feed and daily emails should also start working again.

      However, the regulars among you will soon notice there are many things currently missing from the site. When thinking about starting running the diary again, I realised I couldn’t face wrestling with the old site for several more years: it had outgrown its original software and it was difficult to add new features.

      So I decided to rewrite the website. I’ve had a busy Christmas and New Year “holiday” and have got it this far — nearly everything is readable and usable — but there’s still plenty to do. Here are the main things missing that will return:

      • Posting annotations/comments. This will return soon (within a week or two) but unfortunately I couldn’t get it ready in time for 1st January. Hold on to your thoughts!
      • Search. This may take a bit longer to get working again.
      • Recent Activity Page. This will return when annotations can be posted again.
      • Maps. For now, Encyclopedia Topics about places have a link to their location on Google Maps.
      • Wikipedia content. Encyclopedia Topics that exist on Wikipedia link to those pages for now, rather than have the text on this site.
      • Graphs of references. All the references between Encyclopedia Topics and Diary Entries are shown, but there’s currently no graphs of them.
      • Various text pages. Some pages, like the text of the 1893 introduction, and more “About” pages haven’t put back in yet.
      • Pop-up hover text on links. Those little panels that appeared over links in Diary Entries aren’t there yet, but they should return shortly.
      • Family Tree. This should be back very soon.
      • Story So Far. These pages do exist but are currently missing their introductory page and a link to them.

      There are also various little tweaks and fixes that need doing. And the design of the new site is currently quite bare and characterless, so I can hopefully improve that a little too.

      Most URLs have changed but most old links should redirect to the new pages, and I’ve hopefully fixed all the links in existing Diary Entries, Annotations, Encyclopedia Topics, etc.

      So, plenty still to do, but the basics are all ready to go. This should provide us with a better experience over coming years. Ready to go?



      -- 
      Phil Gyford
      http://www.gyford.com/









      -- 






    • Bibliophile
      Do you discuss the Pepys diary on this list? Sincerely, Steven ... From: Phil Gyford To: pepysdiary Sent: Tue,
      Message 2 of 11 , Jan 1, 2013
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        Do you discuss the Pepys diary on this list?
         
        Sincerely,
         
        Steven
         
         
        -----Original Message-----
        From: Phil Gyford <lists@...>
        To: pepysdiary <pepysdiary@yahoogroups.com>
        Sent: Tue, Jan 1, 2013 3:58 am
        Subject: Re: [pepysdiary] Site News: Welcome to the new (unfinished) site

         
        Annoyingly, the website has temporarily disappeared - I'm moving the domain name and it happened while I was asleep! The site should be back within a couple of hours or so.

        Phil


        On 31 Dec, 2012, at 23:45, Arthur Perry <arthur.r.perry@...> wrote:



        I jumped on the PepysDiary.com train in year 6. I'm looking forward to getting the first half of the diary in daily doses. Thanks Phil!

        - Art

        On Dec 31, 2012, at 16:52, Susan Thomas <susan.thomas@...> wrote:

        Happy New Year, Phil - what an awesome New Year's Gift. As ever, your generosity and hard work are astounding. Are we all ready for another 10 year ride?? I have just been reading The Tyrannicide Brief by Geoffrey Robertson - the biog of the prosecution counsel - John Cooke - for Charles I's trial. GR is a barrister, so it is mainly done from that perspective. A few bits of history are a bit wonky (e.g. he considers Queen Mary of Scotland culpable beyond doubt for her husband's murder), but is an excellent (if depressing) read and has several quotes from our Sam, including the last reference in history to JC as a person - Sam noting down he had seen JC's head displayed outside Westminster Hall in October 1660. So I want to reread all of 1660 anyway.

        Australian Susan

        On 1 January 2013 05:30, Phil Gyford <lists@...> wrote:
         

        There is a new site... I'm not sure when the domain name will change and everyone will see it - I can't yet, but hopefully in the next few hours this will begin to make sense... until then the link below won't work and you'll see the old site if you visit http://www.pepysdiary.com/

        Phew, a busy Christmas!

        Phil


        Welcome to the new (unfinished) site
        http://www.pepysdiary.com/news/2012/12/31/2/

        Welcome to the new website, just in time for 1st January. The diary entries will be appearing each day on the front page from 11pm (London time) on 1st January 2013, starting with 1st January 1660. The RSS feed and daily emails should also start working again.
        However, the regulars among you will soon notice there are many things currently missing from the site. When thinking about starting running the diary again, I realised I couldn’t face wrestling with the old site for several more years: it had outgrown its original software and it was difficult to add new features.
        So I decided to rewrite the website. I’ve had a busy Christmas and New Year “holiday” and have got it this far — nearly everything is readable and usable — but there’s still plenty to do. Here are the main things missing that will return:
        • Posting annotations/comments. This will return soon (within a week or two) but unfortunately I couldn’t get it ready in time for 1st January. Hold on to your thoughts!
        • Search. This may take a bit longer to get working again.
        • Recent Activity Page. This will return when annotations can be posted again.
        • Maps. For now, Encyclopedia Topics about places have a link to their location on Google Maps.
        • Wikipedia content. Encyclopedia Topics that exist on Wikipedia link to those pages for now, rather than have the text on this site.
        • Graphs of references. All the references between Encyclopedia Topics and Diary Entries are shown, but there’s currently no graphs of them.
        • Various text pages. Some pages, like the text of the 1893 introduction, and more “About” pages haven’t put back in yet.
        • Pop-up hover text on links. Those little panels that appeared over links in Diary Entries aren’t there yet, but they should return shortly.
        • Family Tree. This should be back very soon.
        • Story So Far. These pages do exist but are currently missing their introductory page and a link to them.
        There are also various little tweaks and fixes that need doing. And the design of the new site is currently quite bare and characterless, so I can hopefully improve that a little too.
        Most URLs have changed but most old links should redirect to the new pages, and I’ve hopefully fixed all the links in existing Diary Entries, Annotations, Encyclopedia Topics, etc.
        So, plenty still to do, but the basics are all ready to go. This should provide us with a better experience over coming years. Ready to go?


        -- 
        Phil Gyford
        http://www.gyford.com/









        -- 






      • Phil Gyford
        Nothing else Steven! ... Nothing else Steven! On 1 Jan, 2013, at 09:07, Bibliophile wrote: Do you discuss the Pepys diary on this list?
        Message 3 of 11 , Jan 1, 2013
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          Nothing else Steven!

          On 1 Jan, 2013, at 09:07, Bibliophile <Stevenstvn9@...> wrote:



          Do you discuss the Pepys diary on this list?
           
          Sincerely,
           
          Steven
           
           
          -----Original Message-----
          From: Phil Gyford <lists@...>
          To: pepysdiary <pepysdiary@yahoogroups.com>
          Sent: Tue, Jan 1, 2013 3:58 am
          Subject: Re: [pepysdiary] Site News: Welcome to the new (unfinished) site

          Annoyingly, the website has temporarily disappeared - I'm moving the domain name and it happened while I was asleep! The site should be back within a couple of hours or so.

          Phil


          On 31 Dec, 2012, at 23:45, Arthur Perry <arthur.r.perry@...> wrote:



          I jumped on the PepysDiary.com train in year 6. I'm looking forward to getting the first half of the diary in daily doses. Thanks Phil!

          - Art

          On Dec 31, 2012, at 16:52, Susan Thomas <susan.thomas@...> wrote:

          Happy New Year, Phil - what an awesome New Year's Gift. As ever, your generosity and hard work are astounding. Are we all ready for another 10 year ride?? I have just been reading The Tyrannicide Brief by Geoffrey Robertson - the biog of the prosecution counsel - John Cooke - for Charles I's trial. GR is a barrister, so it is mainly done from that perspective. A few bits of history are a bit wonky (e.g. he considers Queen Mary of Scotland culpable beyond doubt for her husband's murder), but is an excellent (if depressing) read and has several quotes from our Sam, including the last reference in history to JC as a person - Sam noting down he had seen JC's head displayed outside Westminster Hall in October 1660. So I want to reread all of 1660 anyway.

          Australian Susan

          On 1 January 2013 05:30, Phil Gyford <lists@...> wrote:
           

          There is a new site... I'm not sure when the domain name will change and everyone will see it - I can't yet, but hopefully in the next few hours this will begin to make sense... until then the link below won't work and you'll see the old site if you visit http://www.pepysdiary.com/

          Phew, a busy Christmas!

          Phil


          Welcome to the new (unfinished) site
          http://www.pepysdiary.com/news/2012/12/31/2/

          Welcome to the new website, just in time for 1st January. The diary entries will be appearing each day on the front page from 11pm (London time) on 1st January 2013, starting with 1st January 1660. The RSS feed and daily emails should also start working again.
          However, the regulars among you will soon notice there are many things currently missing from the site. When thinking about starting running the diary again, I realised I couldn’t face wrestling with the old site for several more years: it had outgrown its original software and it was difficult to add new features.
          So I decided to rewrite the website. I’ve had a busy Christmas and New Year “holiday” and have got it this far — nearly everything is readable and usable — but there’s still plenty to do. Here are the main things missing that will return:
          • Posting annotations/comments. This will return soon (within a week or two) but unfortunately I couldn’t get it ready in time for 1st January. Hold on to your thoughts!
          • Search. This may take a bit longer to get working again.
          • Recent Activity Page. This will return when annotations can be posted again.
          • Maps. For now, Encyclopedia Topics about places have a link to their location on Google Maps.
          • Wikipedia content. Encyclopedia Topics that exist on Wikipedia link to those pages for now, rather than have the text on this site.
          • Graphs of references. All the references between Encyclopedia Topics and Diary Entries are shown, but there’s currently no graphs of them.
          • Various text pages. Some pages, like the text of the 1893 introduction, and more “About” pages haven’t put back in yet.
          • Pop-up hover text on links. Those little panels that appeared over links in Diary Entries aren’t there yet, but they should return shortly.
          • Family Tree. This should be back very soon.
          • Story So Far. These pages do exist but are currently missing their introductory page and a link to them.
          There are also various little tweaks and fixes that need doing. And the design of the new site is currently quite bare and characterless, so I can hopefully improve that a little too.
          Most URLs have changed but most old links should redirect to the new pages, and I’ve hopefully fixed all the links in existing Diary Entries, Annotations, Encyclopedia Topics, etc.
          So, plenty still to do, but the basics are all ready to go. This should provide us with a better experience over coming years. Ready to go?


          -- 
          Phil Gyford
          http://www.gyford.com/









          -- 










        • joe phelan
          Happy New Year! It s 1660! Hooray! Thank you so much, Phil! I wasn t expecting the diary to happen again at all, much less so soon. ... Happy New Year!
          Message 4 of 11 , Jan 1, 2013
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            Happy New Year!  It's 1660!  Hooray!  

            Thank you so much, Phil!  I wasn't expecting the diary to happen again at all, much less so soon.

            On Tue, Jan 1, 2013 at 2:07 AM, Phil Gyford <lists@...> wrote:
             

            Nothing else Steven!


            On 1 Jan, 2013, at 09:07, Bibliophile <Stevenstvn9@...> wrote:



            Do you discuss the Pepys diary on this list?
             
            Sincerely,
             
            Steven
             
             
            -----Original Message-----
            From: Phil Gyford <lists@...>
            To: pepysdiary <pepysdiary@yahoogroups.com>
            Sent: Tue, Jan 1, 2013 3:58 am
            Subject: Re: [pepysdiary] Site News: Welcome to the new (unfinished) site

            Annoyingly, the website has temporarily disappeared - I'm moving the domain name and it happened while I was asleep! The site should be back within a couple of hours or so.

            Phil


            On 31 Dec, 2012, at 23:45, Arthur Perry <arthur.r.perry@...> wrote:



            I jumped on the PepysDiary.com train in year 6. I'm looking forward to getting the first half of the diary in daily doses. Thanks Phil!

            - Art

            On Dec 31, 2012, at 16:52, Susan Thomas <susan.thomas@...> wrote:

            Happy New Year, Phil - what an awesome New Year's Gift. As ever, your generosity and hard work are astounding. Are we all ready for another 10 year ride?? I have just been reading The Tyrannicide Brief by Geoffrey Robertson - the biog of the prosecution counsel - John Cooke - for Charles I's trial. GR is a barrister, so it is mainly done from that perspective. A few bits of history are a bit wonky (e.g. he considers Queen Mary of Scotland culpable beyond doubt for her husband's murder), but is an excellent (if depressing) read and has several quotes from our Sam, including the last reference in history to JC as a person - Sam noting down he had seen JC's head displayed outside Westminster Hall in October 1660. So I want to reread all of 1660 anyway.

            Australian Susan

            On 1 January 2013 05:30, Phil Gyford <lists@...> wrote:
             

            There is a new site... I'm not sure when the domain name will change and everyone will see it - I can't yet, but hopefully in the next few hours this will begin to make sense... until then the link below won't work and you'll see the old site if you visit http://www.pepysdiary.com/

            Phew, a busy Christmas!

            Phil


            Welcome to the new (unfinished) site
            http://www.pepysdiary.com/news/2012/12/31/2/

            Welcome to the new website, just in time for 1st January. The diary entries will be appearing each day on the front page from 11pm (London time) on 1st January 2013, starting with 1st January 1660. The RSS feed and daily emails should also start working again.
            However, the regulars among you will soon notice there are many things currently missing from the site. When thinking about starting running the diary again, I realised I couldn’t face wrestling with the old site for several more years: it had outgrown its original software and it was difficult to add new features.
            So I decided to rewrite the website. I’ve had a busy Christmas and New Year “holiday” and have got it this far — nearly everything is readable and usable — but there’s still plenty to do. Here are the main things missing that will return:
            • Posting annotations/comments. This will return soon (within a week or two) but unfortunately I couldn’t get it ready in time for 1st January. Hold on to your thoughts!
            • Search. This may take a bit longer to get working again.
            • Recent Activity Page. This will return when annotations can be posted again.
            • Maps. For now, Encyclopedia Topics about places have a link to their location on Google Maps.
            • Wikipedia content. Encyclopedia Topics that exist on Wikipedia link to those pages for now, rather than have the text on this site.
            • Graphs of references. All the references between Encyclopedia Topics and Diary Entries are shown, but there’s currently no graphs of them.
            • Various text pages. Some pages, like the text of the 1893 introduction, and more “About” pages haven’t put back in yet.
            • Pop-up hover text on links. Those little panels that appeared over links in Diary Entries aren’t there yet, but they should return shortly.
            • Family Tree. This should be back very soon.
            • Story So Far. These pages do exist but are currently missing their introductory page and a link to them.
            There are also various little tweaks and fixes that need doing. And the design of the new site is currently quite bare and characterless, so I can hopefully improve that a little too.
            Most URLs have changed but most old links should redirect to the new pages, and I’ve hopefully fixed all the links in existing Diary Entries, Annotations, Encyclopedia Topics, etc.
            So, plenty still to do, but the basics are all ready to go. This should provide us with a better experience over coming years. Ready to go?


            -- 
            Phil Gyford
            http://www.gyford.com/









            -- 











          • driscoll.strauss@btinternet.com
            Site is working ok for me and I will test the URLs that seem to be perfectly mapped are working for the sharing from the app... best and HNY Adrian
            Message 5 of 11 , Jan 1, 2013
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              Site is working ok for me and I will test the URLs that seem to be perfectly mapped are working for the sharing from the app...

              best and HNY

              Adrian


              --- In pepysdiary@yahoogroups.com, Phil Gyford <lists@...> wrote:
              >
              > Annoyingly, the website has temporarily disappeared - I'm moving the domain name and it happened while I was asleep! The site should be back within a couple of hours or so.
              >
              > Phil
              >
              >
              > On 31 Dec, 2012, at 23:45, Arthur Perry <arthur.r.perry@...> wrote:
              >
              > >
              > >
              > > I jumped on the PepysDiary.com train in year 6. I'm looking forward to getting the first half of the diary in daily doses. Thanks Phil!
              > >
              > > - Art
              > >
              > > On Dec 31, 2012, at 16:52, Susan Thomas <susan.thomas@...> wrote:
              > >
              > >> Happy New Year, Phil - what an awesome New Year's Gift. As ever, your generosity and hard work are astounding. Are we all ready for another 10 year ride?? I have just been reading The Tyrannicide Brief by Geoffrey Robertson - the biog of the prosecution counsel - John Cooke - for Charles I's trial. GR is a barrister, so it is mainly done from that perspective. A few bits of history are a bit wonky (e.g. he considers Queen Mary of Scotland culpable beyond doubt for her husband's murder), but is an excellent (if depressing) read and has several quotes from our Sam, including the last reference in history to JC as a person - Sam noting down he had seen JC's head displayed outside Westminster Hall in October 1660. So I want to reread all of 1660 anyway.
              > >>
              > >>
              > >> Australian Susan
              > >>
              > >> On 1 January 2013 05:30, Phil Gyford <lists@...> wrote:
              > >>
              > >>
              > >> There is a new site... I'm not sure when the domain name will change and everyone will see it - I can't yet, but hopefully in the next few hours this will begin to make sense... until then the link below won't work and you'll see the old site if you visit http://www.pepysdiary.com/
              > >>
              > >> Phew, a busy Christmas!
              > >>
              > >> Phil
              > >>
              > >>
              > >> Welcome to the new (unfinished) site
              > >> http://www.pepysdiary.com/news/2012/12/31/2/
              > >>
              > >> Welcome to the new website, just in time for 1st January. The diary entries will be appearing each day on the front page from 11pm (London time) on 1st January 2013, starting with 1st January 1660. The RSS feed and daily emails should also start working again.
              > >>
              > >> However, the regulars among you will soon notice there are many things currently missing from the site. When thinking about starting running the diary again, I realised I couldn't face wrestling with the old site for several more years: it had outgrown its original software and it was difficult to add new features.
              > >>
              > >> So I decided to rewrite the website. I've had a busy Christmas and New Year "holiday" and have got it this far — nearly everything is readable and usable — but there's still plenty to do. Here are the main things missing that will return:
              > >>
              > >> Posting annotations/comments. This will return soon (within a week or two) but unfortunately I couldn't get it ready in time for 1st January. Hold on to your thoughts!
              > >> Search. This may take a bit longer to get working again.
              > >> Recent Activity Page. This will return when annotations can be posted again.
              > >> Maps. For now, Encyclopedia Topics about places have a link to their location on Google Maps.
              > >> Wikipedia content. Encyclopedia Topics that exist on Wikipedia link to those pages for now, rather than have the text on this site.
              > >> Graphs of references. All the references between Encyclopedia Topics and Diary Entries are shown, but there's currently no graphs of them.
              > >> Various text pages. Some pages, like the text of the 1893 introduction, and more "About" pages haven't put back in yet.
              > >> Pop-up hover text on links. Those little panels that appeared over links in Diary Entries aren't there yet, but they should return shortly.
              > >> Family Tree. This should be back very soon.
              > >> Story So Far. These pages do exist but are currently missing their introductory page and a link to them.
              > >> There are also various little tweaks and fixes that need doing. And the design of the new site is currently quite bare and characterless, so I can hopefully improve that a little too.
              > >>
              > >> Most URLs have changed but most old links should redirect to the new pages, and I've hopefully fixed all the links in existing Diary Entries, Annotations, Encyclopedia Topics, etc.
              > >>
              > >> So, plenty still to do, but the basics are all ready to go. This should provide us with a better experience over coming years. Ready to go?
              > >>
              > >>
              > >>
              > >>
              > >> --
              > >> Phil Gyford
              > >> http://www.gyford.com/
              > >>
              > >>
              > >>
              > >>
              > >>
              > >>
              > >>
              > >>
              > >>
              > >> --
              > >>
              > >>
              > >
              > >
              > >
              >
            • Jenny Doughty
              Great news Phil! Thanks so much for all your hard work on this. Jenny From: Phil Gyford Reply-To: Date:
              Message 6 of 11 , Jan 1, 2013
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                Great news Phil! Thanks so much for all your hard work on this.

                Jenny

                From: Phil Gyford <lists@...>
                Reply-To: <pepysdiary@yahoogroups.com>
                Date: Monday, December 31, 2012 2:30 PM
                To: "pepysdiary@yahoogroups.com" <pepysdiary@yahoogroups.com>
                Subject: [pepysdiary] Site News: Welcome to the new (unfinished) site

                 

                There is a new site... I'm not sure when the domain name will change and everyone will see it - I can't yet, but hopefully in the next few hours this will begin to make sense... until then the link below won't work and you'll see the old site if you visit http://www.pepysdiary.com/

                Phew, a busy Christmas!

                Phil


                Welcome to the new (unfinished) site
                http://www.pepysdiary.com/news/2012/12/31/2/

                Welcome to the new website, just in time for 1st January. The diary entries will be appearing each day on the front page from 11pm (London time) on 1st January 2013, starting with 1st January 1660. The RSS feed and daily emails should also start working again.

                However, the regulars among you will soon notice there are many things currently missing from the site. When thinking about starting running the diary again, I realised I couldn’t face wrestling with the old site for several more years: it had outgrown its original software and it was difficult to add new features.

                So I decided to rewrite the website. I’ve had a busy Christmas and New Year “holiday” and have got it this far — nearly everything is readable and usable — but there’s still plenty to do. Here are the main things missing that will return:

                • Posting annotations/comments. This will return soon (within a week or two) but unfortunately I couldn’t get it ready in time for 1st January. Hold on to your thoughts!
                • Search. This may take a bit longer to get working again.
                • Recent Activity Page. This will return when annotations can be posted again.
                • Maps. For now, Encyclopedia Topics about places have a link to their location on Google Maps.
                • Wikipedia content. Encyclopedia Topics that exist on Wikipedia link to those pages for now, rather than have the text on this site.
                • Graphs of references. All the references between Encyclopedia Topics and Diary Entries are shown, but there’s currently no graphs of them.
                • Various text pages. Some pages, like the text of the 1893 introduction, and more “About” pages haven’t put back in yet.
                • Pop-up hover text on links. Those little panels that appeared over links in Diary Entries aren’t there yet, but they should return shortly.
                • Family Tree. This should be back very soon.
                • Story So Far. These pages do exist but are currently missing their introductory page and a link to them.

                There are also various little tweaks and fixes that need doing. And the design of the new site is currently quite bare and characterless, so I can hopefully improve that a little too.

                Most URLs have changed but most old links should redirect to the new pages, and I’ve hopefully fixed all the links in existing Diary Entries, Annotations, Encyclopedia Topics, etc.

                So, plenty still to do, but the basics are all ready to go. This should provide us with a better experience over coming years. Ready to go?



                -- 
                Phil Gyford
                http://www.gyford.com/





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