burgins.com and maddes.net gone?!?

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burgins.com and maddes.net gone?!?

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... too many ideas and too little time ... Related stuff written in Python:
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Maybe you can try sending an e-mail to the domain owners and ask, their e-mail addresses can be found by a whois search.
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You can find the maddes.net pages at the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine, here and here.

Unfortunately the robots.txt on burgins.com prevented the Internet Archive for having a copy of the site.

I don't know if we could afford to host older Dragon related pages here at the Archive, maybe it's something worth trying.
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robcfg wrote:I don't know if we could afford to host older Dragon related pages here at the Archive, maybe it's something worth trying.
I have a copy of the content. I would prefere to insert them into the Wiki and not so save .html files somewhere...

I can't really remember, but i think http://www.burgins.com/m6809.html was the 6809 Instruction table. I add a picture of it here:
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jedie wrote:I can't really remember, but i think http://www.burgins.com/m6809.html was the 6809 Instruction table. I add a picture of it here:
No, it seems i'm wrong here... This Instruction table is still online here: http://koti.mbnet.fi/~atjs/mc6809/Information/6809.htm

Then it was something other interesting information ;)
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Found a "mirror":
http://techheap.packetizer.com/processo ... tions.html

and i have a local copy of this.

Now, i remember: It's from Sarah: memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=1547
The pages has been moved to: http://www.emulator.org.uk/ but this is also offline :(
I will send a PN.

I add my version of the page here: http://archive.worldofdragon.org/index. ... nstrBurgin
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Yes, I spring-cleaned the Dragon content from my personal domain and separated it out to emulator.org.uk many years ago. However, these pages were still hosted by my employer and after remaining online long beyond the removal of other non-work sites, as a special case, it appears they finally vanished at some point over the last year. I've since intended to put them back online using ISP webspace but haven't really been in much of a rush to do so, as I assumed there was very little remaining interest anyway... can probably sort it out this weekend, if that helps... the copy linked above must've been lifted quite awhile ago.
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I vote for: "add all to our Wiki" ;)
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Wikis are nice for cooperation and "live" material, but for archival of static content which is already HTML I would recommend keeping it in HTML. Not only for the possible loss of information during conversion, but also since wiki engines seem to either evolve and break backwards compatibility which requires gardening or they grow security issues (forcing you to migrate), which is never a problem with HTML.
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I'm happy to host the content as a sub-domain - something like burgins.worldofdragon.org to act as an archive. I already do that for the site that Richard Harding used to run but as a primary domain he owns pointing to my hosting (dragondata.co.uk)

Let me know, I can get it setup easily as a static archive.

I also support porting some of the still relevant content into the Wiki :-)
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