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Imc UK - United Kollektives - has been upgraded to MIR
, a new codebase. Users and moderators alike are in the process of getting used to it. Please notify imc-uk-tech @ lists.indymedia.org about any bugs, small or big.
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added MIR link -- IonNec
- 24 May 2003
got rid of North Carolina, replaced admin volunteers by moderators -- IonNec
- 19 May 2003
added paragraph on new codebase. Got rid of notification of active error. Question: get rid of North Carolina? -- IonNec
- 10 Apr 2003
I would agree with getting rid of the North Carolina bit - it is useful but probably also that bit more confusing to the casual user who will wonder what NC has to do with the UK. An interesting point to notice is this article in the British Medical Journal
this week which looked at the implementation of a new healthcare system in South Africa. Generically, the faults can be examined and applied to any computer system.
PS - apologies if this is inappropriate to place here - still learning the Twiki, but want to contribute!
- 20 Apr 2003
-- created this twiki page IonNec
- 08 Apr 2003