[okfn-help] Broken Link
jonathan.gray at okfn.org
Wed Nov 18 12:52:18 GMT 2009
FYI, I've now set up blog.opentextbook.org to forward to
opentextbook.org. This is how it was before. For now this is just so
we don't lose traffic.
On Mon, Nov 16, 2009 at 1:18 PM, Algot Runeman
<algot.runeman at verizon.net> wrote:
> I guess I don't know enough to make a recommendation. I don't know what the
> news feed link was supposed to provide. If the opentextbook.org site is
> Wordpress, it is effectively a blog, so the subdomain would perhaps make
> sense if there were a more opinion-based set of posts needed.
> Jonathan Gray wrote:
>> Thanks for spotting this Algot! I've forwarded this to our okfn-help list.
>> We recently migrated the Open Text Book site, and probably need to
>> either add the blog.opentextbook.org subdomain or retire it. What do
>> you think? Do you think it would be useful to have the subdomain?
>> Best wishes,
>> On Sat, Nov 14, 2009 at 3:53 PM, Algot Runeman
>> <algot.runeman at verizon.net> wrote:
>>> On the Participate page, there is a link to "news feed" that goes to a
>>> non-existent site and address.
>>> The broken link (http://blog.opentextbook.org/feed/) gives a 404 "page
>>> found" error.
>>> Trying to link to the main site (http://blog.opentextbook.org) gives this
>>> Site Temporarily Unavailable
>>> We apologize for the inconvenience. Please contact the webmaster/
>>> tech support immediately to have them rectify this.error id:
>>> I think this is outside my control.
>>> Algot Runeman
>>> 47 Walnut Street, Natick MA 01760
>>> algot.runeman at verizon.net
>>> Web Site: http://www.runeman.org
>>> Open Source Blog: http://mosssig.wordpress.com
> Algot Runeman
> 47 Walnut Street, Natick MA 01760
> algot.runeman at verizon.net
> Web Site: http://www.runeman.org
> Open Source Blog: http://mosssig.wordpress.com
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