|17 June 2006
||Corrected fortran library support email address listings on all pages,
updated copyright date on all pages, and separated the 2003-2006 what's
new items into separate sections (links above).
|11 June 2006
||The weekend was spent upgrading computer systems so no time was available
to explore PHP-Nuke (and as you may have noticed some imbecile defaced
it within a few days of installation).
|4 June 2006
||While it doesn't visually appear that much progress was made this week,
I can assure you that a huge amount of work was accomplished in a trial
install of PHP-Nuke. New links added to the new directory and manage
buttons on the splash page. This takes you to the PHP-Nuke application.
No tailoring has been done yet.
29 May 2006
||Added database manage function on the main page. Also added a
test search tool with a sample books SQL database table. It is accessible
from the directory section. It will require a considerable amount
of work to duplicate the current site structure. No decision has
been made as to whether this is the final tool set.
27 May 2006
||Completed transfer of the main site (Fortran Library) to a new ISP.
Since multiple sites are hosted at this same address, it will take some
time to complete the transfer of the other web sites.
19 May 2006
||Corrected webmaster and contact email addresses in main, contact, and
what's new sections. Other sections still point to the old address
(that is still active). For cost efficiency reasons and because the
current provider limits software capabilities at the present subscription
level, we are exploring an ISP change, so no significant changes will be
made prior to that change being implemented.
14 May 2006
||Corrected link on the splash page to the NAG paper on Fortran 2000
13 May 2006
||You may have noticed some change activity in recent days. We
are considering implementation of a database system with membership access
control so that user's can submit inputs directly. Some test code
may be installed as we explore various database options. Before it
is put into production, user's will be asked to test the new interface
for suitability. If a suitable low cost solution cannot be found,
consideration will be given to development of a more advanced, tailored
solution ($). Changed the link for the reference manuals back to
the HP/Compaq Visual Fortran manuals since they are in html rather than
PDF and are more usable from the net.
9 May 2006
||We have moved the Google Ads to the seach section and implemented Google
search Ads as well. We have implemented these as text-only ads to
minimize download times over dialup. Hopefully, these aren't too
objectionable. The site actually did have ads when it was originally
started in ~1998, however they were not sufficienly lucrative to justify
the negative impact to dialup performance.
7 May 2006
||Added Google Ads leader at the top of the splash page. Changed
broken link for reference manuals on the index page to point to the Intel
Visual Fortran manuals for version 9. This is in PDF rather than
html as were the Compaq manuals.
6 May 2006
||ISP decided to migrate once again. There remains some issues
with various CGIs. Work will continue to correct these errors