Additions have been made since the initial shutdown and the site now covers 1830 -> 1880. It will not proceed further until more playdates data has been filled in for the current range and maps upgraded. Get involved.
A new membership programme is being incorporated. Contributors are those who wish to donate data, don't want to be too involved, but would like to follow certain parts of the system and be advised of updates, etc. Researchers are those who want to be more involved and have access to all the internal benefits of the system. This level requires weekly upkeep.
Public viewers will still have complete access to all regular data. Members just get to see the background processes and on-going research.
This page will now track the progression of the site for public viewers.
The site has been moved to a new webserver with upgraded core software. This has allowed the upgrade of the site software to the
most current version and will allow new features to be added. Obviously, the site has also been moved from being a subdomain to having its own unique URL.
Current emphasis will remain on adding additional playdates between 1830 and 1880 until moving forward again to cover 1880 to 1900
--Admin 11:31, 18 February 2012 (EST)
Over the next few days, I will be uploading ads for 15 new towns as well as 46 new playdates. There are also 2 new troupes being added from 1855 & 1857.
Members, as usual, can see exactly what the additions are by checking Recent Changes. --Admin 07:49, 26 February 2012 (EST)
Over the next few days, I will be uploading new ads for 10 towns as well as 8 new playdates overall. There is 1 new troupe being added from 1874.
This is fill-in data mostly for playdates already established and more data will follow in the next week or two.
Members, as usual, can see exactly what the additions are by checking -Recent Changes-. --Admin 14:28, 3 March 2012 (EST)
This week I will be adding 2 new troupes, 20+ ads for towns, and over 30 new playdates. The new troupes are from 1856 and 1862.
Most of the new playdates are between 1856 and 1867. --Admin 11:38, 19 March 2012 (EDT)