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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Kiefer » Sat Mar 24, 2012 1:39 am

Twoshuzz,
I'll get back to you this weekend. I've been tied up the last few days between school & a new job.

But I would echo what you said...To see the Colorado Boards come together like this and take an active stake in how we're repersented and how SP benefits by this tightening community is, at least in my opinion, 50% of what SP is all about. We're here to help each other out and for others pursing SP for beta and information.
THIS IS EXACTLY how the public boards can positively effect the climbing community. There's been too many negative examples of late.
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Bob Sihler » Sat Mar 24, 2012 2:47 pm

Matt Lemke wrote:Danm...sorry Woodie...I didn't realize you were working on the Emerald/Iowa Pages. I am about to finish those.

As for the San Juan Range page...I am working very hard on that page. If anyone has any input the'd like to give please let me know. I really want that one to be fantastic.
Sneffels page is done


Matt, good work on Emerald and Iowa. I agree with Sarah that separate pages would be in order, but if you feel the single page is better, please consider adding "Emerald Peak" and "Iowa Peak" to the query names. Currently, if you enter either peak name in the search engine, you don't get your page.

Thanks to all for restoring pages and to Sarah for making this thread to keep track of things.

If anyone has a URL for a deleted page, I might be able to get the page restored. Climber logs would still be lost, but there wouldn't be broken links on area and list pages anymore. Of course, I'd strip all text before handing the page over.
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Kane » Mon Mar 26, 2012 2:28 am

Sarah, Mike, Kiefer and others...I fully appreciate the effort involved here. I came in late, and recently discovered Aaron has left SP. I'm sad, to say the least. Summitpost Colorado without Aaron makes me sick. His work will be missed by those of us that know his passion for Colorado mountains. However, I'm confident these adopted pages will sing with excellence. The people involved in rebuilding these pages are SP lifers, like me, and I have no doubt the pages in time will represent Colorado as they once were.

I love seeing names like Sarah, Mike, Scott, Woodie, Mark L, Mark D and others...Passionate SP members that know how to write about mountains!!!

I'm off to vote some new mountains! Heck I may even submit a few new images. It's been too long.

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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Scott » Mon Mar 26, 2012 3:03 am

Shrine Mountain also needs a new page. I could do it (eventually), but it would likely be a while, so if anyone wants to build it, get cracking.

Sorry to be dragging my feet on Capitol.

I just rebuilt the Krakatau page since it was abandoned and badly needing updates and have been working on that one:

http://www.summitpost.org/krakatau/197245

Anway, Capitol is next. I'll finish it sometime this week.
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Kane » Mon Mar 26, 2012 3:24 am

Bob Sihler wrote:
Matt Lemke wrote:Danm...sorry Woodie...I didn't realize you were working on the Emerald/Iowa Pages. I am about to finish those.

As for the San Juan Range page...I am working very hard on that page. If anyone has any input the'd like to give please let me know. I really want that one to be fantastic.
Sneffels page is done


Matt, good work on Emerald and Iowa. I agree with Sarah that separate pages would be in order, but if you feel the single page is better, please consider adding "Emerald Peak" and "Iowa Peak" to the query names. Currently, if you enter either peak name in the search engine, you don't get your page.

Thanks to all for restoring pages and to Sarah for making this thread to keep track of things.

If anyone has a URL for a deleted page, I might be able to get the page restored. Climber logs would still be lost, but there wouldn't be broken links on area and list pages anymore. Of course, I'd strip all text before handing the page over.



Matt, I'm for keeping your Emerald & Iowa page, one page and call it "Emerald Peak" to satify the Search engines, with another section on the page for the lesser mountain "Iowa Peak." Nobody goes out for Iowa Peak only. Its an afterthought after one researches the more stately Emerald Peak. Just my .2
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Woodie Hopper » Mon Mar 26, 2012 4:22 am

I'm bummed Aaron had enough and decided to formally leave SP. I have enjoyed reading Aaron's contributions, and appreciated his style. When we share information about what's great about the outdoors, our community feels closer, and we all win. Here's a big thank you to Sarah, Matt, Keifer and everyone else who helped get these pages back up for all of us to enjoy, and contemplate.

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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Sarah Simon » Mon Mar 26, 2012 4:43 am

Kane wrote:Matt, I'm for keeping your Emerald & Iowa page, one page and call it "Emerald Peak" to satify the Search engines, with another section on the page for the lesser mountain "Iowa Peak." Nobody goes out for Iowa Peak only. Its an afterthought after one researches the more stately Emerald Peak. Just my .2


Matt: You know where I stand on this one...but if you don't want to build 2 pages, with Kane's approach, if someone else comes along and says: "Hey, Matt, you keep the Emerald page, but I'd like to build an Iowa page" then it's easy to have some flexibility, and another contributor might not feel "boxed out."

Just my...$2.00. :evil: :lol:

Kane: Good to hear from you, and we hope to hear more from you - and see more of your jaw-dropping photos!!!
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Sarah Simon » Mon Mar 26, 2012 4:48 am

Thanks to all who have contributed, by either submitted a new / rebuilt page, by identifying pages that need to be rebuilt or simply providing support.

I'll keep the front page tracker updated, as promised. Please keep the updates coming!

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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Sarah Simon » Mon Mar 26, 2012 5:01 am

Scott wrote:Shrine Mountain also needs a new page. I could do it (eventually), but it would likely be a while, so if anyone wants to build it, get cracking.


Hey, Scott, just for tracking, could you confirm you're talking about the 11er Shrine Mountain in Eagle County (with a view of the cross couloir)?
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Scott » Mon Mar 26, 2012 4:00 pm

Hey, Scott, just for tracking, could you confirm you're talking about the 11er Shrine Mountain in Eagle County (with a view of the cross couloir)?


Yes; that one.
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby chicagotransplant » Wed Mar 28, 2012 4:54 am

Pacific is back in business, one last check for typos tomorrow with fresh eyes...

http://www.summitpost.org/pacific-peak/150617

Fletcher in the next few days...
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Scott » Wed Mar 28, 2012 5:34 am

In the original post, maybe stick an * on any page that has been deleted and then rebuilt. There will be a lot of dead links out there on some of our pages (such as the Area and Range pages). I know I have a couple and I'm pretty sure others do as well.
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Sarah Simon » Wed Mar 28, 2012 3:13 pm

chicagotransplant wrote:Pacific is back in business, one last check for typos tomorrow with fresh eyes...

http://www.summitpost.org/pacific-peak/150617

Fletcher in the next few days...


More nice work, Chicago!
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Sarah Simon » Wed Mar 28, 2012 3:13 pm

Scott wrote:In the original post, maybe stick an * on any page that has been deleted and then rebuilt. There will be a lot of dead links out there on some of our pages (such as the Area and Range pages). I know I have a couple and I'm pretty sure others do as well.


Good suggestion, Scott, please let me know if I missed any. -Sarah
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