Re: [CR]Horrible sepia stains on my bike pics

(Example: Framebuilding:Brazing Technique)

Date: Sat, 29 Jul 2006 11:17:42 -0700
From: "Morgan Fletcher" <>
Subject: Re: [CR]Horrible sepia stains on my bike pics
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Morgan Fletcher wrote:
> aldoross4 wrote:
>> Looks like is up and running again.
> It'll be up and down. Still working on the migration. No data will go away.
> I need to feed it some more ram. I'm stuck at one step where it's
> running out of memory.
> More news as it happens.

OK, it seems to be working now. Please visit and give me your feedback. There is a new user self-registration system, but I haven't yet modified it to ask whether you have cool bike pics to share. Give it a try if you want an account, but expect a followup email from me asking about your bike pics... :) I'm happy to report that the search feature works again. The new site is kinda drab looking. Anyone who has graphics / web skills and would like to contribute a "period correct classic bike" look is welcome to work on it with me!

One quirk of the new site is that gallery 2.x uses a completely different URL scheme for albums and galleries from gallery 1.X. It has a URL-rewriting engine that created a giant mapping for all the albums and photos imported from the 1.X gallery, and when you use the old URLs (for instance it will automatically redirect you to the new location. I'm still learning the new software, so hopefully I'll be able to make it more useful as time goes by.

I have no other classic content to offer right now, except that I happened upon the 'colnago feather duster' ad on sfbay craigslist and it tickled my funnybone.

Morgan Fletcher, sick with a chest cold, contemplating missing tomorrow's Downieville Classic with great sorrow, in Oakland, CA