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Comments (10)

Anonymous said

at 12:42 pm on Oct 21, 2007

We've used 14% of our file storage space already - that's for the photos and the one lesson I uploaded Friday October 19th. I learned how to write a lesson on my tablet, convert to PDF and upload to here. The problem is that we don't have enough room to store much. Unless we upgrade to the paid version of this wiki. Let me know what you think.

Anonymous said

at 1:05 pm on Oct 21, 2007

ok, so, i made the physics page "follow the orange" theme, and started on geology and kept the fonts and colours the same,...you can do whatever you want with the subunits in the "courses" (ie: font, shades and what the page looks like) but please follow with the theme, so it looks like it's the same site =D

Anonymous said

at 10:52 am on Oct 28, 2007

instead of uploading the lessons pdf for download here, cann't we just upload it to a personal online storage and provide a link to the download? I know hundreds of these online storages that provide more than 500MB of space...

Anonymous said

at 10:54 am on Oct 28, 2007

and for the images, we can upload it on to image host websites and use html scripts to link them here, so we do not need to upload them into the wiki storage as well.

Anonymous said

at 10:59 am on Oct 28, 2007

and oh yea mr.Lock u might want to check out http://www.free-webhosts.com/webhosting-01.php
it is chart of some of the free webhosts there are now...
maybe consider changing to a new webhost that provides more than 100 mb space, then it will work out perfectly.
I mean wiki is not really a good host lol

Anonymous said

at 6:27 pm on Oct 28, 2007

I have stored the .pdf files on the school / district homework site. They can be linked easily. Check out my blog and you'll see that I can link directly to the file and it loads directly from the blog. Lot's of space here, but perhaps not an entire years worth. I am waiting for G drive, google's new online storage which will be ready soon.

Back when I was a student, we didn't have such things as computers, the internet didn't exist. In fact we had only just invented fire and flint as axe heads.

Anonymous said

at 10:41 pm on Oct 29, 2007

ok the homework site is kool, and isn't g drive in beta now which would require invitations?

Anonymous said

at 3:48 pm on Oct 30, 2007

it shouldn't be...i think that everyone can get to those files...and if not, we will find another way to make the lessons linked to the wiki...for now it's best to keep it the way it is, and see what happens..

Anonymous said

at 5:56 pm on Oct 30, 2007

For now, all you need to do is add a link to my blog from the wiki. I've already got a link from the blog to the wiki.

Anonymous said

at 9:27 pm on Dec 20, 2007

It's been some time since the last edit to this wiki. Come on all you people - this wiki's for you.

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