Got yeah - well I see a link on the projects page that goes to:
That was a page your created - it shows as empty right now - how it got
that way I don't know.
I also see a few of sub-pages, and they have data:
and also Wyoming, Wisconsin, actually looks like you got all 50 and of
those a dozen or more have actual links, with Indiana having a couple of
sub-pages. (Georgia, Deleware, Florida, Conn., Al, Ak, AR, CA, CO)
So - if all the states used to be referenced on the parent page SCCU,
then it looks like it was dropped. I believe there was a lot of work on
the wiki, not long ago, as spammers showed up strong and I think a full
version upgrade happened also, a lot of admin going on in other words,
at the site. (there is a separate delete log if you really want to
follow up on that)
I was working on listing all
the major colleges and Universities, plus school corporations for all the
states with contact information, and plan on later adding what contact we
had with each so we could make an effort to contact all of them with offers
of help in getting students set up with LibreOffice.
I am not that good with Wiki pages, I might be able to recreate or find
these pages but it will take me some time.
you know, since the sub pages (By State) already, maybe instead of using
the SCCU page for a lot of information, we already have a state listing
on the MS-Marketing members page - could add a link to the SCCU sub-page
at each state entry there - just a thought, since it looks like someone
is going to have to link those sub pages in somewhere, or they are as
good as lost?
let me know how I can help.
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