[vcf-midatlantic] Fixes and improvements to VCF website

Tony Bogan tony.bogan at vcfed.org
Mon Nov 2 07:49:29 EST 2020

> I don't know why it produced an error,
> but you and the unmentioned docent clearly did not understand the purpose of that link. It was for subscribing to the VCFed email newsletter, which I used to send about once a month, to VCFed's list of several thousand subscribers around the world. That's why the link is in the website header. The entirely separate link to the Mid-Atlantic discussion list was/is only on the Mid-Atlantic group page. So what you "fixed" was to kill access to the VCFed newsletter and instead post about the MA group ON THE ENTIRE WEBSITE HEADER not only on the MA group page <insert emoji for rolling eyes>.

Evan, as always you’re there with good information. Of course, they couldn’t understand the purpose of the link because it didn’t work and when you left you did not pass any information about anything to anyone nor did you keep any records of consequence on anything. So perhaps a little understanding is called for.

Thank you for letting us know what the purpose of the non working link was, that’s helpful information and something we can now deal with.

While I’ve got you, in another discussion Jim Scheef asked about a Seattle Gazelle processor board that’s been missing for a couple years. Any thoughts where we should begin looking? Without any records or inventory telling us what’s where and who gave it to us, we’ve had to piece these things together slowly on our own. As I asked when you and I met back in April, Any help you can give would be great in this regard, and specifically for the processor board Jim has recently mentioned.

Thanks in advance for your help with this, I hope to be able to tap the wealth of information you have as we continue to get better organized and expand.


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