petre at maltzen.net
Tue Dec 19 13:14:45 UTC 2006
Yes, 'da Geekz' web pages have been missing for some time, and I haven't
seen any messages from him for quite a while, so I assume he has moved
on to other things. This is why I prefer that people post actual
documents to the wiki, and not just links to their own pages; even an
ugly copy of a page from one's personal collection of how-to's pasted
into the wiki is better because the info won't be lost if one's website
With that said, the Wayback Machine at the internet archive has most of
the info from da Geekz' pages, available at
I think the info in them is still useful if somewhat dated. I suggest
that the whole 'DaGeekz HOWTOz Site' be moved from the front page
(where it shouldn't have been in the first place) to, say, the software
section, with an explanation that the original pages are gone but are
available via the Internet Archive and provide a link. I'll even do the
work if MediaWiki is ready for us to start modifying pages.
> umm guess it is the 'howtoz.net' site that is down...
> Huck wrote:
>> broken link...
>> Dan Young wrote:
>>> OK, here's a first cut at the k12ltsp.org wiki in MediaWiki. MediaWiki
>>> is, of course, the wiki used by Wikipedia.
>>> User accounts will need to be created. The old ones were not
>>> transferred. Anonymous editing is not allowed; wiki-spam has been a
>>> problem on phpwiki.
>>> Your feedback/praise/threats/screams are desired, although requests for
>>> a different wiki engine will probably not be feasible without a detailed
>>> plan for migration from phpwiki. Thanks!
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