[PGCanada] Re: Gutenberg site

Darryl Moore darryl at moores.ca
Thu Nov 25 12:19:02 PST 2004

I'm happy with whatever other want as long as we can get something in 
place. I'll do all I am capable of to keep it moving. That is really the 
only reason I suggest what I do. My background not being web 
development, I don't feel I can competently build a site up from the 
ground; but I probably can copy someone elses and change it.

I'll defer to you James. How long will you be back in this neighbourhood 


FYI: I'm in Aurora, so if you need local help with servers and such 
(what I'm capable of any way) I can come up there.

James Linden wrote:

> Wallace J.McLean wrote:
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: James Linden <jlinden at projectgutenberg.ca>
>> Date: Thursday, November 25, 2004 2:59 pm
>> Subject: [PGCanada] Re: Gutenberg site
>>> Copying the existing sites from PG-USA or PG-AUS is a poor way to get 
>>> a website up. Their sites are static and hell to maintain. I 
>>> personally have no intention of building yet another headache. If we 
>>> can wait a few days, I'll be back home and we can get something 
>>> better going.
>> Don't know about the site structure itself, but there are certainly a 
>> good many PG-US and PG-Aus titles which will qualify for inclusion in 
>> a PG-Can site; and many of them, at least on PG-US, are actually CanCon.
>> So whatever the structure, I do hope we'll pilfer the content for all 
>> it's worth! ;)
> The etexts are not part of the site itself... we can certainly pilfer 
> them. :-)
> -- James
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