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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Sarah Simon » Mon Apr 02, 2012 2:33 am

Steven, thank you - you are really on a roll uncovering these lost pages. I'll update our tracker with the PA Mtn missing route. Keep the detective work coming!!!
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Matt Lemke » Mon Apr 02, 2012 6:40 am

Kane wrote:
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


I changed the query name...lol I did the first time :lol:
Had to go back just for Emerald!

I apologize for the delay on my part recently...school has been rough last week but this week will be much better. I was recently also informed
that AJ didn't want any of his original text left in pages. I was confused about what all his requests were but I did notice he said he was deleting all his photos so I re-arranged all the photos for the page.
I never realized he wanted all the text deleted and re-done. I'll get on that this week and my apologies to Aaron for not being tuned in to the whole situation.
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Sarah Simon » Tue Apr 03, 2012 5:43 pm

This peak page has been re-built:

Mountain | Sarah Simon | Mount Sniktau: http://www.summitpost.org/mount-sniktau/152332
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Steven Cross » Thu Apr 05, 2012 10:31 pm

yet more deleted pages.

Front Range peaks:
Republican Mountain 12386

San Juan peaks:
Hermosa Peak 12579
Jura Knob 12614
Potosi Peak 13786
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Sarah Simon » Fri Apr 06, 2012 3:21 am

Steven Cross wrote:yet more deleted pages.

Front Range peaks:
Republican Mountain 12386

San Juan peaks:
Hermosa Peak 12579
Jura Knob 12614
Potosi Peak 13786


More bomber investigative work, Steven, thank you!!!
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Steven Cross » Fri Apr 06, 2012 3:52 am

san jaun -12,152 Courthouse Mountain- deleted
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Sarah Simon » Fri Apr 06, 2012 4:40 am

Steven Cross wrote:san jaun -12,152 Courthouse Mountain- deleted


Groovy, I can take that one. Thanks!
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Matt Lemke » Fri Apr 06, 2012 6:50 am

OK...so I finally finished the San Juan Range Page (for now):

http://www.summitpost.org/san-juan-range/171122

If anyone has any input or suggestions for me to add please let me know.

I'll be continuing the Sneffels and Fuller pages soon (I'll just be gone all weekend climbing :D )

Also, I will be adding annotated maps to all my pages (new, acquired and old) when I get my mapping software in the mail soon
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby gliderman » Sun Apr 08, 2012 5:55 am

I guess I have been missing a lot lately. What happened to Aaron's pages? :o

Whatever the reason, it's good to see folks stepping up to help get things back in order.
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Steven Cross » Sun Apr 08, 2012 8:32 am

Found another San Juan 13er swept off the SP map, Precipice Peak
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Steven Cross » Sun Apr 08, 2012 8:33 am

gliderman wrote:I guess I have been missing a lot lately. What happened to Aaron's pages? :o

Whatever the reason, it's good to see folks stepping up to help get things back in order.


Aaron decided to leave SP so he either adopted off or deleted all his pages. Go to his page and you'll see some sort of explanation.
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Matt Lemke » Sun Apr 08, 2012 8:38 pm

OK...So I found a couple more mountains that were deleted.
Mount Tweto was deleted...I just made a page for it.... http://www.summitpost.org/mount-tweto/784586
London Mountain was deleted...someone else should take it since it's so close to Tweto and I think it would be good to get a different personality for this one.
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby chicagotransplant » Mon Apr 09, 2012 4:05 pm

I thought Aaron used to have the other Engineer Mtn as well, the 13er at the top of Engineer Pass, but that page no longer exists. Or I am imagining things and it never did :lol:
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Re: Colorado Page Rebuilds

Postby Matt Lemke » Mon Apr 09, 2012 4:50 pm

chicagotransplant wrote:I thought Aaron used to have the other Engineer Mtn as well, the 13er at the top of Engineer Pass, but that page no longer exists. Or I am imagining things and it never did :lol:


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