'Sharing my piclist archive site'
|Attention PICListers -
I've finally decided not to be so selfish and to share a new PICLIST
archive site I created. I've been using this site off and on privately
for a couple of months now; it's something I threw together during my
spare time last December. Thus, it contains no messages prior to late-
December - I highly recommend the Iversoft archives if you're looking
for anything not contained on my site. However, the pages I have
created update in realtime; once a message is received by the host the
archiver is running on, it is immediately placed up for public viewing.
Also, the messages are indexed nightly and a search engine is available.
(This is perhaps the nicest feature of the whole site.)
The URL is: http://www.infosite.com/~jkeyzer/piclist/index.html
The pages are definitely no-frills and I don't intend to spend much
time maintaining them, but I do believe they serve their purpose. I find
them very convenient myself, so I thought I would share with the rest of
UCSD EE Undergraduate
Jeff Keyzer wrote:
> The URL is: http://www.infosite.com/~jkeyzer/piclist/index.html
> The pages are definitely no-frills and I don't intend to spend much
> time maintaining them, but I do believe they serve their purpose. I find
> them very convenient myself, so I thought I would share with the rest of
Hi, I've been to your site and it's nice. I would suggest to change
your fonts to fixed width because ascii diagrams and code snippets are
hard to read.
> Hi, I've been to your site and it's nice. I would suggest to change
> your fonts to fixed width because ascii diagrams and code snippets are
> hard to read.
I had originally considered doing that, but I decided in favor of a
proportional width font because the bulk of the list is plain text
discussion, which I thought looked better in the font its in now. I
find that just copying and pasting the diagrams into a notepad
program with a fixed width font usually works well for me. Thanks
for the suggestion though - one of these days I'll have to figure out how
to tweak the perl scripts that regenerate the whole archive so that I
can implement archive-wide font changes and such. But as I said, this
is a very low maintenance project, I just figured that while the site is
there I might as well let people know about it, even if it spontaneously
goes down one day or falls out of date from neglect!
UCSD EE Undergraduate
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