Some day this site will reach the top of the “to do” list

That day isn’t today, unfortunately. But hopefully soon. (I’m decluttering and part of the decluttering is getting rid of a load of notes and papers I have related to the updates for this site. I can’t throw them out because I need to transfer the information on them to the site and I can’t finish decluttering with them hanging around. Oh, it all goes round and round…)

Where have I been?

I’ve been away from the updates I *was* working on for months. When I last posted (in February), my mother had just recently had a stroke. A few weeks after that, they stopped her chemotherapy (for ovarian cancer) because it just wasn’t working. I went down to visit with her one last time in late June, and she died just after midnight on August 5. I still don’t know what to do with myself.

Moving to Joomla

I’ve put the move to a Joomla-driven site on hold. Part of it is a control issue, as in I feel I don’t have the kind of fine control I need/want when using a content management system like Joomla. I will likely eventually finish the conversion, more as an exercise than anything else, but for the foreseeable future, the site will be static HTML pages. So, my plans for the immediate future of the site are to just (for the love of God!) finish the original redesign so that I can start thinking about adding content. (There’s a ton of that that I just haven’t gotten around to adding.)

So, please stick with me. If you’ve e-mailed me and haven’t gotten a response, please try again. I’ve had a memory like a sieve over the last year or so and probably just forgot to reply to you. It’s nothing personal so please feel free to bug me about it. :-)

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2 Comments so far

  1. Peter King October 27th, 2010 4:37 am

    I am amazed and stunned by your site. I would never have believed a fan would go to so much trouble for a show that finished so long ago. I was actually one of the post production editors on the show along with Graeme Andrews. I cut the Anti-mining episode, “Save the Valley, Stop the Mines . . .” , also remember cutting one where one chararcter (can’t remember who) was affected by drugs and I had to amke up some sort of “drug vision” effect. Lots of fun. Nice guys to work with at JNP, but we did the post at Custom Video in Epping, ATN 7s facilities. I also worked with Gordon Piper (Bob) after the series on other projects. Well, amazing and well done.
    Peter.

  2. Toni February 26th, 2011 2:31 am

    Hi, When will the next lot of episoids be coming on DVD? I’ve been watching this show since it started and I have bought the DVD’S, now that I’m up to series 6 part 2. I hope the rest of the series is coming out on DVD. It’s a really show, sometimes you have a good giggle and there are sometimes real life stories. Very much appreciated if you could let me know if there are going to be more DVD’S and when possible they would be released.
    Kind Regards,
    Toni

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