[seek-web] new SEEK web site

Matt Jones jones at nceas.ucsb.edu
Fri Jun 25 17:06:45 PDT 2004


I also just started a quick wiki page on Authentication and changing 
passwords that can be found here:


I linked it into the 'About This Site' section, but we might want to 
link it other places too.  In particular, it should probably be linked 
into the 'Login to SEEK - WIki' page that is presented when people need 
to login.  We may even want to append it at the bottom of that page so 
people have direct access to the information.  But I couldn't figure out 
how to do either of those things.


Matt Jones wrote:
> A quick followup.  This new site is a wiki.  It should make 
> contributions much easier.  I'd like to phase out the SEEK wikis at 
> Kansas and Napier so that we keep SEEK materials consolidated in one 
> place.  Steve has already converted most (if not all) of the materials 
> on http://seek.speciesanalyst.net to this new site, so lets try to not 
> add anything new there.  The pages from the Kansas site can generally be 
> found under the new site under 'Community', where each of the 
> subprojects of SEEK has a working page for wiki stuff.  I htink we can 
> consider those pages as an 'intranet'.
> Steve will be sending out a detailed email with instructions soon.
> Matt
> Steve Tekell wrote:
>> ok the web site is back up.
>> http://seek.ecoinformatics.org/
>> We just have some configuration issue or something that reveals it's
>> problems when I make an update web app and requires help from Matt to
>> restart.  Hopefully we can resolve those configuration issues to prevent
>> that in the future.
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Matt Jones                                     jones at nceas.ucsb.edu
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National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS)
University of California Santa Barbara
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