URGENT -- BROKEN LINKS Re: [kepler-dev] new kepler website

Bertram Ludaescher ludaesch at sdsc.edu
Sat Dec 4 09:45:51 PST 2004

Hi Matt: 

Looks great! Simplicity rules.

One URGENT item: I mentioned Kepler at a recent DOE meeting and people 
were going to the (NEW) web site and noted BROKEN LINKS. 

In particular the links on the DOWNLOAD page: 

Maybe others too (didn't get a chance to check).

NCEAS or other Kepler folks: 
Since Matt might be on the road, could someone FIX the broken links?

In principle, anyone with a Kepler Wiki account should be able to do
some editing, but I don't know about the links to the download files



>>>>> "MJ" == Matt Jones <jones at nceas.ucsb.edu> writes:
MJ> After review of the test site for the last few weeks, we've finally gone 
MJ> ahead and replaced the old Kepler web site with the new one based on a 
MJ> wiki engine:
MJ> http://kepler-project.org/
MJ> Be sure to clear your cache and reload if you don't see the new site 
MJ> when visiting this URL.
MJ> The new site allows Kepler members to directly edit web content by 
MJ> clicking on the 'Edit this Page' link that can be found at the bottom of 
MJ> every page.  You will be asked to log in by selecting your institution 
MJ> and entering your username and password.  Each Kepler project member has 
MJ> one of these.  If your institution is not listed, then I have created 
MJ> your login under the 'unaffiliated' institution, which is a catch all of 
MJ> all people that are at institutions that are not in our LDAP system. 
MJ> Follow the link on the login page to have your password reset or changed 
MJ> if you do not know it, and contact me if you have problems.
MJ> Editing wiki pages is a matter of learning the simple text formatting 
MJ> rules: a summary is at the bottom of the editing page whenever you edit. 
MJ>   Let me know if you have questions on this.
MJ> This web site, like most others, is publicly accessible and indexed by 
MJ> Google, so you need to treat it as the public resource that it is -- so 
MJ> be careful to not place content on the site that you wish to remain 
MJ> private or that you don't have rights to distribute.
MJ> Cheers,
MJ> Matt
MJ> P.S. Other addresses are also aliased to this site 
MJ> (http://www.kepler-project.org, http://kepler.ecoinformatics.org).
MJ> -- 
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MJ> Matt Jones                                     jones at nceas.ucsb.edu
MJ> http://www.nceas.ucsb.edu/
MJ> National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS)
MJ> University of California Santa Barbara
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