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SlashGISRS

posted by jamiemccarthy on 02:07 PM October 19th, 2005   Printer-friendly   Email story
Lord Satri writes "Probably the first brand-new slash site using the CSS code, we are pleased to announce the launch of SlashGISRS.org. As its name suggests, SlashGISRS target the Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing communities. SlashGISRS is a direct sibling of Applied-GIS-RS, a 1000+ members mailing list. Amongst many features offered such as the slash moderation system, slashgisrs is not bloated by ads and is managed by a non-for-profit organization. Read the full announcement here."

More YASS Than You Can Shake a Stick At!

posted by Cliff on 02:50 PM February 27th, 2004   Printer-friendly   Email story
After being on hiatus for about two months, we're now returning you to your regularly scheduled dose of new Slash sites. Prepare for Slash Site overload as we've got quite the backlog, not to mention cobwebs, to clear out. Read on, and welcome the newest members of our small but growing weblog community.

Slash site devoted to sysadmin of Mac OS X

posted by vroom on 10:46 PM December 26th, 2003   Printer-friendly   Email story
So I'm starting a Slash site to provide helpful information on the system administration of Mac OS X. Please visit if you are interested. MacAdmin

YASS: www.slackzone.org

posted by vroom on 10:44 PM December 26th, 2003   Printer-friendly   Email story

It was running drupal (PHP code) but that did have a very big problem: I do not know, and I hate PHP. Then, the idea is to use Slash (I love Perl).

So, SlackZone is a web space to the SlackWare community.

YogaCircle.net (New Yoga Slash Site)

posted by vroom on 10:39 PM July 27th, 2003   Printer-friendly   Email story
Well this should be a first. A Yoga base Slash site. Check it out, if you have any questions or comments let me know. Thanks for the code.

csdaily.com

posted by vroom on 10:37 PM July 27th, 2003   Printer-friendly   Email story
Yet another Slash site, Computer Science Daily News. Aims to be a resource for Computer Science professionals, researchers, students and instructors. Hopefully this fills a niche, computer science developments seem to be very decentralized, and hard to find. Slash seems to be working out nicely, though I'm still learning the ropes...
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csdaily

QubitNews is finally launched!

posted by vroom on 07:29 PM July 23rd, 2003   Printer-friendly   Email story

QubitNews: News and Inforation from the Quantum Community.

This is conceived as a meeting-point for the community working in the fast developing field of Quantum Information and Computation. This is an open and free project devoted to the exchange of information in this field.: news, stories, announcements, comments of scientific work, debates, polls, forums, etc... Many aspects of your work that cannot appear in scientific journals may find a place here.

The main feature of QubitNews is that it is dynamical: you are wellcome to participate and modify the look and feel of this site. You may become an anonymous user, site user or an Author. Visit the homepage and consult the documents About, FAQ, How-To and GettingStarted. It may be useful, helpful and a lot of fun.

Tuxedo.org Now running Slashcode

posted by vroom on 03:14 PM July 23rd, 2003   Printer-friendly   Email story
Tuxedo.org is now running Slashcode. I should have done this a couple of years ago...

Most recent story is Linus Torvalds Comments on SCO Lawsuit and Linux.

Hope you all enjoy the new site!
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Chuck Peters

Dissociated Press goes Slash

posted by vroom on 09:41 AM July 23rd, 2003   Printer-friendly   Email story
After a bit of poking and prodding, I've converted Dissociated Press to Slashcode (2.2.6). Works great!

Spottedrabbit.com

posted by Krow on 12:55 PM June 13th, 2003   Printer-friendly   Email story
After much kicking and screaming, yet another Slash Site! The Spotted Rabbit with news and events for Sussex County NJ, and Orange County, NY. It still looks a lot like basic slash, but I'm new to this, and we're working on it!
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Ken Hall
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