Saturday, December 09, 2006

Light in the Dark Peace Festival

The web pages are up for the Light in the Dark Peace Festival courtesy of the iMage Project and web designer Liz Diaz. Website had the schedule of events and information about the Tidewater Peace Alliance and the progressive groups making up this organization. This team "kicked" into action when it was discovered that the web pages were wanted but had not been planned. Thanks to Jean Campbell and Liz Diaz for putting some dynamite web pages up.

Check it out here. (I also update the links on the sidebar).

5 comments:

Terry said...

Your feed started showing up on LeftyBlogs again! Horay! :)

Mosquito said...

Thanks for the info Terry..Your advice worked.

buzz...Buzz...

Terry said...

You are very welcome. I emailed "BNN Virginia" this morning about their feed error (it buries my feed below a lot of others because it doesn't get the time right), and it never shows up on sites that have the BNN bulletin on their blog. I got this response:

"Mosquito is having the same problem. I tappears to be related to blogspot ... this is a top priority for us to diagnose in January. I am sorry this is such a pain.

BlogNetNews.com
We Serve Blogging"


I told them about how the feeds had changed when we upgraded to bloggerbeta, and they should use one of our blogs as a 'test feed' like leftyblogs did with mine using the new feed address.

Hopefully they can get it fixed, and maybe, hopefully before January.

Mosquito said...

Terry,

The folks at bblognet news have been very "customer friendly" and appear attentive to trying to solve our "issues."

I'm looking forward to the January "fix" also....
Buzz...Buzz...

Terry said...

Yeah, they've been great, I always get an extremely quick response when I email them, and followups. I will be glad to get that one fixed as well. Like I said, I explained to them the similar problem on LeftyBlogs w/ Blogger users, and how we fixed it, so hopefully they will try that out first, and possibly get everyone up and running before January.

LeftyBlogs accounts for about 10-15 percent of my traffic, and I'm sure BNN will be good for it too! :)