[web-team]Re: updates for Cisco Bldg 9 directions
Chris J. DiBona
chris at dibona.com
Tue Sep 5 09:01:21 PDT 2000
I'm all for letting ian muck about on the server, Ian, give me a ring at
work today 408-542-8606 and we'll talk accounts and passwords.
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President, Silicon Valley Linux Users Group | http://www.svlug.org
Grant Chair, Linux International. | http://www.li.org
Co-editor, Open Sources | http://www.dibona.com
On Mon, 4 Sep 2000, Ian Kluft wrote:
> Yesterday I said...
> > I glanced at the Cisco Bldg 9 directions to verify everything is still
> > up-to-date for people to find Wednesday's meeting.
> > http://www.svlug.org/directions-cisco-9.shtml
> > There are a few minor nits right now (which is usual) and some major
> > changes coming up in a few months. I realize I'm the one who originally
> > wrote these directions. So before the major changes come, I think I'll
> > volunteer on behalf of the Cisco Linux User Group to update this page if
> > someone can provide me with access to SVLUG's new web server.
> I should clarify something... I figured people are busy and was suggesting
> that access to the server would be a way to make this easier on you. If
> your new server has more restricted access than the old one, that isn't a
> problem but then one of you will have to accept the files from me and install
> them by yourselves. Whatever it takes to get the directions updated...
> Also, I noticed that the changes I made for the Bldg J directions page are
> still missing (or missing again) since the new server went up. That update
> was under similar circumstances (as the upcoming update for Bldg 9), and
> had removed light rail construction stuff that affected the West Tasman
> site in 1999.
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