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Welta Updates

Postby ThorN » Sun Sep 16, 2007 9:00 pm

The weekly partypics:

http://twh.homelinux.org/zope/welta/par ... 9170246496

Beside the OFAM pictures, Beetle add some Xzentrix pictures, I add the STOT to the list of regular competitions and I add the date of the Vienna Scene Meeting next week and the date of the 2008 Issue of the Bünzli

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Postby LinkoVitch » Tue Oct 09, 2007 12:41 am

*NUDGE*

ahem etc

I believe there is something you should be doing ??? :)
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Postby Mug UK » Tue Oct 09, 2007 6:32 pm

Yep .. distinct lack of any Jagfest information or results from the compos :)

Got the videos ready to upload of the Brutal Sports final too
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Postby LinkoVitch » Wed Oct 10, 2007 7:26 am

That wasn't what I was meaning.. but that too :)

A certain site needs testing etc etc etc.
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This week Updates

Postby ThorN » Mon Oct 22, 2007 3:55 pm

The results of all 3 JagFest Competitions are online since some days. Enjoy them.

Today I upload the following parties:
- Melle 2007 (ATARI User meeting last week)
- My JagFest UK pics. Only a view, but enjoy to see one of the stocks of 16/32 systems
- Retro Dag (pics by beetle)
- Milliways 2007 (tscc meeting 2 weeks ago) pics by Neewa

Lotek also add a lot of parties from the last years, so it worth to have a look at the list on the homepage

http://twh.homelinux.org/zope/welta

At the JagFest UK LinkoVitch give us space on his professionall hosting service, so we move to a new server in the next time.
After the server move is finished, we are finally able to reseve a nice url like welta.net or something like that. I would like to thanks LinkoVitch a lot for his offer, thats true atari spirit mate.

I also add 2 new links to Offline Tournaments (5200 HSC, ABBUC Bundesliga)

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Postby LinkoVitch » Tue Oct 23, 2007 9:41 am

hey no worries m8. Grab the DNS now so someone else doesn't nab it.

If the server proves too slow I have a few plans to speed it up or I can probably get the site onto something more beefy in performance ;)

hosting is what I do, happy to help the atari community if I can.
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Weltanschauung servermove finished

Postby ThorN » Wed Oct 31, 2007 10:00 pm

At the JagFest UK LinkoVitch offers us his server to put the Plone CMS on where Weltanschauung resides in. Many thanks to LinkoVitch again.

The new adress: http://212.23.5.145:8081/welta

(On of the next steps will be to buy a remarkable domain name)

Today we finished the move from the old server to LinkoVitch one. Many thanks also to twh who run the old server.

At the moment there are online:
Parties: 175
Photos: 16361
Events: 81
Competitions: 20

Thanks go to Lotek Style for collecting all the Photos and Parties. Also thanks to some friends who participated by sending content: Jan Kruppka, Beetle, Arethius, Strider, Pepax, Stephen Moss, Jar Jar (http://www.atari-shop.nl) and anybody I forgot.

Also thanks to Vladimir from atari8.cz for include our RSS Services in his RSS Aggregator and thanks to tuxie who also include the event RSS in his site (http://www.newtosworld.de)

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Postby ThorN » Sun Nov 25, 2007 9:43 pm

See pictures done by MugUK and the results of the Checkered Flag (Lynx) German Championship

http://212.23.5.145:8081/welta/partyfol ... 9636005320

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Re: Welta Updates

Postby earx » Wed Feb 27, 2008 8:07 am

is welta still updated? links seem to be dead?

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Re: Welta Updates

Postby christos » Wed Feb 27, 2008 9:10 am

It's still alive but it's slow. Hint: try the numerical address.

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Re: Welta Updates

Postby PaulB » Wed Feb 27, 2008 9:11 am

Link worked for me but took a quite few seconds to come in the first time. After that, browsing the site was fairly fast.

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Re: Welta Updates

Postby Mug UK » Wed Feb 27, 2008 1:05 pm

Don't know if there will be any Welta-based compos this weekend at Retro-Borse but I will upload the photos when I get back - unless there's free wireless connection at the hotel over the weekend :)
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Re: Welta Updates

Postby ThorN » Tue Nov 10, 2009 7:32 pm

For all who are interested: Linkovitch restarted the welta service. So for a while it is active again.

http://212.23.5.145:8081/welta

Looking at the content 2 years after the last update, I feel proud. Lotek, Link, Jan Krupka, twh and all the others who participated did a great job.

Years gone by, and technologie changes. Zope was lightyears ahead of time when we used it (beside it was slow :-) but today I would not use it again.

So the plan it to save the content and to put it insomething new.

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Re: Welta Updates

Postby lotek_style » Mon Nov 23, 2009 8:30 pm

Yeah we need a new resort!!! :) *hint* *hint* *hint*
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Welta / Scenery atari / ST Scene Genealogy

Postby lotek_style » Sat Feb 11, 2012 11:55 am

The question today is.... IS THERE REALLY A NEED for a new version of WELTA/SCENERY ATARI? V2.0 maybe including an advanced version of this: http://www.st.scene.free.fr/ ?

Do you people think it is still needed or do we just totally waste or time with that... would it be appreciated by somebody?!?
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Re: Welta Updates

Postby Mug UK » Sat Feb 11, 2012 5:07 pm

In the 'Atari ST Demoscene' group on Facebook is a decent document listing people's names and what their ST names/demo groups were. Merge that data, Welta and the site Lotek mentioned and you should have the definitive database?
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Re: Welta Updates

Postby lotek_style » Tue Feb 21, 2012 2:22 pm

Well... that is the goal... BUT... is it really needed those days and are there people out there who would appreciate it?
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Re: Welta Updates

Postby Mug UK » Tue Feb 21, 2012 6:35 pm

lotek_style wrote:Well... that is the goal... BUT... is it really needed those days and are there people out there who would appreciate it?


It needs to be easy to edit and public - there's enough websites out there which all rely on a SPOF (single point of failure) where if someone gets bored, nothing gets done.
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