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Re: xAPplications - what''s avaialble...

  • Subject: Re: xAPplications - what''s avaialble...
  • From: Stuart Booth
  • Date: Mon, 19 May 2003 22:18:00 +0000

On Mon, 19 May 2003 17:10:21 -0000, "mark_harrison_uk2"

>I realise that developers like their own sites, but PLEASE...
>... could you list, here, the xAPplications you are working on on
>this list.... with the following bits of information:

Will do.

>I will compile these and circulate out to the developer list only...
>We can then decide whether to circulate to the general list /
>website / UKHA_D etc...

Could you give us (me?) advance warning on any UKHA_D announcements?
I'm shortly going to move my site to Chris Bond's new
endeavour. I rate his efforts highly and feel much less confident in
o2hoster without him.

I actually thought I'd lost it all when they went 'off-air' recently
until Chris kindly stepped in to fix whatever their problem was. Let's
just say that my backup of the site wasn't as up-to-date as it should
have been.... (and it was on the ToDo list!).

I've got all the source, projects, documentation, schema documents and
ancillary data under full source code control here at "KC
(just so you all don't shake your heads and mutter at my lax backup
regiment!), it was my wordy newsbits and application descriptions on
the front page I'd have lost.

Anyway, that's imminent. I'd hate to not have a site at all when
anything public goes out.

A rallying call from IanL over on the xPL list today too. Sometimes I
feel like I'm spying... bet they're on the xAP list too though!! :-)

// Getting his finger out...
// but who's just uninstalled VS.net2003 for various reasons...
// find that his install disc has a CRC error on it }:-(
Stuart Booth - a reusable xAP framework for .net

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