[NTLK] [ANN] New NPDS Trackers
tech_ed at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 24 02:29:41 EDT 2012
We have had one heck of a summer here in Northern VA...what with that Dureche and serious thunderstorms blowing through the area (my mother-in-law was without power for over a week! And that's within a stones throw of Washington DC!) .
I have battery back-ups on my server....barely gives me 15 minutes of time...and my wife won't approve the $5,000 propane power generator I want to get....Oh well...it *IS* a hobby after all...
I'll continue to do this until I can't anymore.
"Don't you thing that Secular Humanism is yummy?"
-Allison in Bedazzaled the movie
From: Woody Smith <woodysmith at me.com>
To: newtontalk at newtontalk.net
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2012 2:16 PM
Subject: Re: [NTLK] [ANN] New NPDS Trackers
Thank You Morgan and Ron!
And thanks to Ed and anyone else who is hosting a website on a newton!
On Aug 23, 2012, at 11:48 AM, Morgan Aldridge wrote:
> (I had intended to post this last week, but things got a little crazy.
> It's never too late though.)
> Roughly two weeks ago it was discovered that Victor Rehorst's and Ed
> Kummel's NPDS (Newton Personal Data sharing; i.e. Newton web servers)
> trackers were down and so Grant, Ron Parker, and I scrambled to get
> new trackers up. Ed's is now back up, so the current NPDS trackers are
> as follows (Ron's & UNNA's share with each other and also pull in
> those listed on Ed's):
> So, if you want to browse sites hosted on Newtons, please go check
> them out. If you have any interest in hosting a website on a newton,
> go check out <http://npds.free.fr/> and see what's required.
> In addition to setting up the trackers, Grant and I have made some
> improvements to the tracker itself, with more changes planned. It's
> open source and hosted on GitHub, so feel free to set up your own or
> contribute to its improvement:
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