Started by transformer, 01:37, 24 November 06
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Quote from: Gryzor on 08:41, 24 November 06Hmmm.... very interesting, but why? I mean, is an offline version really useful? Would anyone need to have it offline?
Quote from: Gryzor on 08:41, 24 November 06By the way, backups are made on a weekly basis...
Quote from: Gryzor on 08:41, 24 November 06Your 'one plain html' offline is 1GB (backup is 491MB on the server) probably because all empty pages were leeched too by the spider...
Quote from: Gryzor on 20:40, 24 November 06It's just that I don't see too many wanting to run it offline.
Quote from: Gryzor on 20:40, 24 November 06In any case, I can assure that, unless something very drastic happens (eg, I meet my maker), even if I decide to step away, I will either pass it on to someone else or AT LEAST offer the latest version to as many people as possible...
Quote from: Gryzor on 20:40, 24 November 06Interesting, that you filtered the pages... how did you do it?
Quote from: transformer on 21:32, 24 November 06But, imagine one or five years ahead... do you think you will be running same MediaWiki version? Same look? Same files? Maybe someother running? Maybe the development closed or forced to close due to some new program, a new engine, a new and strange Internet and patent law? 20 years is already enough Amstrad and retro
QuoteAnyway, I suggest you take a look at the file some day
Quote from: Gryzor on 09:37, 25 November 06New laws/catastrophes that would indeed force a shutting down of the wiki would mean that, at least I would make sure a complete backup was available to anyone interested. I can't vouch for anyone else who may administer the wiki after myself, of course, but until andif such thing happens, I will make a point in keeping it alive one way or another.
Quote from: Gryzor on 09:37, 25 November 06In any case, although I can vow that it won't just disappear, I also understand your worry and appreciate it, actually One question - how often do you plan on updating it?
Quote from: transformer on 22:24, 27 November 06Great, I think all CPC scene must thank you a lot, as well as the actual CPCWiki and work, your ideas and future both for the system running and their contents!
Quote from: transformer on 22:24, 27 November 06By the way, one question: what's your opinion or 'policy' about upload some type of files and contents, let's say like CPC and NVG games or programs, and add them with related material, like their covers, description, publisher, different version and language versions, comments... ?
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