Sweet Liberty Technical Notes
Technical notes from the webmaster, regarding the Sweet Liberty web site at www.sweetliberty.org
If you notice a broken link, or something else that doesn't work properly, I want to hear about it.
with the specific web address (URL) of the page, along with a description of the problem. Your assistance is priceless, and helps to improve the quality of everyone's browsing experience.
Monday, June 20, 2005
Allan or Alan?
Thanks to Gary for his efforts at writing descriptions of the Sweet Liberty broadcasts for the audio archives. We are working to catch up with the archiving and hope to have many more files posted before Wednesday.
Also, it was Gary who pointed out the correct spelling of Alan Watt's name is with only one L. I had been spelling it with two. We've corrected it in the places we've been able to locate it. If anyone sees any other places where it is spelled "Allan", please e-mail me with the page address.
Wednesday, June 08, 2005
Children's section revamped
- Click Here -
Pics of Jesus and the children have been added to liven up the "Bless the Children" section.
Or click the link above.
Tuesday, June 07, 2005
Weather Modification section
- Click Here -
There is a new section that has been added to the website. I've taken the Weather Modification section from Amerikan Expose
and revamped it for Sweet Liberty, removing the dead links. It can now be accessed at http://weather.sweetliberty.org. (Click link above)
Update on Server Migration
The company that hosts this website is experiencing some technical difficulties. After failed attempts to move this site, they will attempt it again June 8th from 9am to 11am Eastern time.
If everything goes as planned, there should only be approx. 30 minutes of downtime during the above-mentioned interval.
If everything doesn't go as planned, it's been nice knowing you. ;)
Wish us luck?
Thursday, June 02, 2005
Server Migration, Scheduled Downtime
In an ongoing effort to maintain the highest quality service, the web hosting company will be upgrading our web server to the newest operating platform on June 3, 2005 from 1pm to 4pm Eastern.
The new platform has been optimized for higher security, and includes a totally customized version of Debian Linux, Apache 1.3.33, PHP 4.3.11, MySQL 4.1.10a, and much more. This upgrade should result in approximately 30 minutes of total downtime during the above time interval.