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Re: gathering TC knowledge
Original poster: "maykrug by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <mf31-at-qwest-dot-net>
nice layout in the archive, looks like you've put a lot of planning into it.
but, possibly that is a problem as well, if it stays merely hidden in an
how much planning would terry let us get away with on the list, i wonder.
not much of a webmaster,
but, e-mail anyway mf31-at-qwest-dot-net
At 08:24 AM 1/5/02 -0700, you wrote:
>Original poster: "Kilroy by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>"
>I haven't had much time for keeping up with all the posts on the Tesla
>lists lately, but the ones about an on-line book caught my attention.
>I have long thought there was a need for a information source for
>builders. There are many good web-pages out there with TC info, but none
>seem complete. I've always had to hop around page to page trying to find
>the bits of info that I was after, never being able to remember just where
>I had seen them before. I saw a need for a good "one-stop" source for
>That is why I started to create the Tesla Coil Information Archive
>(TCIA). You put this up for me at
>http://hot-streamer-dot-com/tcia/tcia/tcia.html several months ago. I laid out
>a basic structure in which to organize all the data and a basic format for
>all the pages. I tried to keep them all clean and graphics free to make
>loading time short and keep the size of the archive as small as
>possible. While I did put in a few bits of info, it is mostly
>empty. Before I got to the gathering and sorting of the information, my
>job changed and left me little time to work on a project such as this. So
>it has set for the past several months.
>I would really like to see the TCIA become a reality. It will take
>contributions from the coiling community to make it grow as well as someone
>that is willing to put some time into it to keep it updated. I never
>mentioned it on the lists, because I knew that I didn't have the time to
>work on it right now and haven't found anyone that does.
>If you would be interesting in helping on this and maybe know 1 or 2 others
>that would be willing to help, let me know.