RE: [IPk] FAQs
As the problem is in the format rather than the content, it looks as if any
change would be restricted - unless the people responsible for the technology
can be persuaded to update (but I guess it all comes down to funds).
Again, if there's anything we as a group can do, I'm a willing volunteer - and
Chris Oattes is too!
> Date: Thu, 23 Apr 2009 08:40:34 +0100
> From: email @ redacted
> To: email @ redacted
> Subject: Re: [IPk] FAQs
> Hi Melissa
> You're pretty much right. Actually John Neale and I built the UK website
> together, and since his death, I've been responsible for it. However,
> the site is part of the main US site and therefore relies primarily on
> the technology underlying that (for example, everything to do with
> accessing the members only site (archives, members list etc) is managed
> by Michael who runs the US site. So the only parts that are really under
> our control are the main web pages of the UK site (ie, the content
> rather than the mechanisms underlying it).
> So, in answer to David, the simple answer is that the content of the
> main pages can be easily updated, but the underlying mechanisms (search
> etc) can't.
> Melissa Ford wrote:
> > Hi David
> > If you're offering to help with http://www.insulin-pumpers.org.uk, I
> > don't think you'll be turned down! The insulin-pumpers.org.uk site as
> > it exists now was built primarily by John Neale, who passed away a few
> > years ago. I understand that since John's death Di has had a hand in
> > updating parts of it, but no one has had the time/energy/knowledge to
> > give it a complete overhaul. (Di, is that right? Or is it someone else
> > who's looked after the site?)
> > If you're speaking of the main (US) http://www.insulin-pumpers.org
> > website, I'd suggest contacting Michael Robinton directly on
> > email @ redacted as he's the brains behind the operation.
> > Best
> > Melissa
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