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starship-design: Re: questions

The idea of using Geocities is great!  My html skills are iffy as well,
but I try hard!  We should do this.

Jim A. Clem, B.S.E.

On Thu, 29 Jan 1998 14:41:23 -0500 David Levine <david@actionworld.com>
>Well, the old site was 5 megs and the new site is 4.  A lot of stuff
>from the old site is missing on the new site, so I'd say in total LIT 
>around 6 megs plus however big all of the uoregon mailing list 
>Really, the problem is not space: the space on SunSITE is effectively
>unlimited, there is no quota.  The main problem is accessability,
>because it really is a group project and could best be updated by a
>The reason I'm picturing using something like GeoCities (rather than
>have everyone keep their own stuff on their personal website) is that 
>someone wants to quit working on the site with us, we won't have any
>trouble - all they need to do is pass on the GeoCities account to
>whoever wants to take over their portion.
>The question of site heirarchy/layout has been raised in such a
>situation.  I need to think about this some more, but I'm sure there 
>a solution.
>David Levine                     david@actionworld.com
>Director of Development    http://www.actionworld.com/
>ActionWorld, Inc.                       (212) 387-8200
>Professional Driver.  Closed Track.  Do not attempt.
>> ----------
>> From: 	L. Parker[SMTP:lparker@cacaphony.net]
>> Sent: 	Wednesday, January 28, 1998 6:20 PM
>> To: 	'David Levine'
>> Subject: 	RE: starship-design: RE: questions
>> David,
>> How much space is taken up by the LIT site currently? I have several
>> megabytes of space on a server that I am paying for but not 
>> using...
>> Lee Parker
>>                                                       (o o)
>> PLEASE NOTE: Some Quantum Physics Theories Suggest That When the
>> Consumer Is
>> Not Directly Observing This Product, It May Cease to Exist or Will
>> Exist
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