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PostPosted: Tue Dec 05, 2006 8:49 am 
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A 2nd WebsiteGroup meeting will take place on

Wednesday Dec. 6th - 2pm

This one is open to anyone who wants to come.

TOPICS:
    open positions - volunteering for webwork
    how the public can interact with the Forest website?
    anything else - open discussions


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 07, 2006 8:19 am 
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1. Kennie will have a section on the Forest Server and a personal FTP for his folder to work on development
2. a new user of the Forest Website is created with the sole duty of logging in to Post Events
3. Danny is going to work on interior page formatting.
4. Chakan is going to work with the Events group to develop a standard way of displaying Events of the Forest. He is also going to take care of Posting the main Events page and perhaps ones to the Calendar.
5. Chakan is looking into mailing lists


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 Post subject: Upload icons missing
PostPosted: Sun Dec 17, 2006 2:34 am 
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The site has changed since I was last using it. There are no longer any icons to upload new content. Pogo suggests trying another computer. Without regular access to a computer which can do this, or fixing the site so I can upload, then I can't help out with the website.


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i've just tested the site on 6 different computers with windows 2000 and XP and on a mac running osx 10.3 and 10.4.4 - all of them work with the site.

sorry about that danny, but the site isn't the problem and so can't be fixed if it isn't broke. the computer you are using needs to be looked at to fix the problem you are having.
perhaps have the infomedia guys downstairs look at it for you?


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