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CGI Specifications and the NCSA hoohoo server

From: Mansfield, Kenneth <mansfield_k@sunybroome.edu>
Date: Thu, 06 May 2010 15:04:30 +0000
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Hello.

I have recently contacted the NCSA site regarding the unavailability  
of the hoohoo server which hosted the CGI specifications.  As an  
instructor at several institutions, I frequently direct my students to  
the CGI specifications page for basic web programming information.

In the note I received below, I was informed that the hoohoo server is  
no longer available.  Since you link to that resource yourself (http://www.w3.org/CGI/ 
), I wanted to bring the situation to your attention in the hopes that  
you may be able to obtain that content and host it yourself.


Ken Mansfield

From: Nobody on behalf of help@teragrid.org
Sent: Wed 5/5/2010 5:12 PM
To: Mansfield, Kenneth
Subject: Re: hoohoo server

FROM: Wilson, Rolf D.
(Concerning ticket No. 185474)
================================

After some searching, I found that the hoohoo server is no longer  
active. I do
not know of an alternative source for the documentation that you were  
using.

Rolf Wilson
NCSA/TeraGrid Operations Center
help@teragrid.org
Local  217 244-0710  Toll Free  1-866-907-2383
Received on Thursday, 6 May 2010 15:07:15 GMT

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