And the latest (non-routine) changes to the web caching pages
10 September 2006
The site is (mostly) back up after a two week or so hiatus as a result
of our (former) hosting provider going out of business without warning.
Unfortunately, it meant that we lost our dynamic content. It will take
a while before we manage to get equivalent systems running again...
15 August 2005
Finally fixed a long-standing bug in the forums that had broken the
ability for new users to register and post --- problem was likely
triggered by a configuration change by my hosting facility.
15 July 2004
Yes, there have been updates over the past few years, but as expected,
mostly removals of links to dead dot-coms.
16 November 2001
Made posting job openings simpler by moving to a job openings forum. Now
employment opportunities can be posted directly.
Did some spring cleaning; added a site-wide CSS.
Started a job postings page. Looking to make a
change? Start here!
Added a show headers tool so that
the actual headers produced by a web server can be examined.
Revamped the side menu structure into predominantly Industry or Research
topics. Added a market
analysis page. Linked to the research
Added a links page
with a listing of all the non-search referrers to this site.
page with recent and
upcoming conferences and workshops that have caching publications.
tutorial across multiple
pages so that it was not such a large file to download at once.
Also revised the Peregrine entry to reflect it's commercial status as
A full-site re-vamp, re-checking links, moving to a non-frames format.
Added Mark Nottingham's
lists to a separate
page, and created a first attempt at a new front page.
Added site search capability, thanks to
Started redirecting all Rutgers viewers to the commercial site.
Moved all content (except the bibliography) to the commercial site.
Set up a commercial domain name (www.web-caching.com) and started linking to it as the front page for the site.
Whole site redesigned, adding a couple of fluff pages, and my
page which has been in development for a couple of weeks.
Added the Caching News