I’m most relieved to hear that you still have the database, and that the IKLRD lives. Even if it does so in a cryo capsule.
I will make a proper back-up as soon as my Internet connection (the non-existent one) will allow.
Most of it is currently dress anyway. It is a simple table and I have found several angles of expansion that need to be implemented.
During the Great Crash of 2003 the KIF lost the entire database. All that remained was what I could capture from Google’s cache system, and it was dropping threads faster than I could find, copy and paste them. What a disaster that was....
I can imagine that.
The IKLRD is not down as such (http://www.thorwald.nl/klingon/IKLRD/
). It is the interaction that is limited to 0.
Until this has been solved I will accept mails asking to add the details manually. I am looking for content any time 8-)
When you compute for fun and profit, not having net at home is... Well, it’s just...just.... To quote a neighbor in the local vernacular, “Dude! That’s harsh!”
It is. I am lucky to have a mp3 collection that is in dire need of sorting (and maybe I can learn some coding here to semi-automate the process) and have most of my websites on my harddisk, which allows me to further develop it off-line.
I can only hope that sitting at a computer all day and spending the rest of your waking hours commuting might mitigate any potential ill effects.
The commute has diminished! I moved 8-) It was cut in half.
I also hope that your employer does not use babysitting software, and affords you a little time to devote to personal business here and there.
I am in the lucky position to have two pcs at my disposal, one of which needs full access to the Internet, as I need to be able to access customer's LANs and web sites.
I subscribe to the hierarchy of needs set forth by my previous ISP
: “food. shelter. clothing. net.”
The only problem is that one must add “income” in there somewhere to make it work. }}: /
It would have to be food, shelter, money, clothing, net. Without money, food and shelter can be found in the wild. Clothing and net are hard to get without.
Anyone else want to join us for a mug of homebrew and share tales of crashes past?
I'd rather have a blood wine or warnog.