[wxqc] Dead links
unkajim at comcast.net
Mon Jun 13 19:29:48 CDT 2016
I guess that the link on the findu page gets there dynamically from
here: http://www.wxqa.com/webpages.html where the bad link is listed.
That is Philip's domain, isn't it? 'Tis no big deal. It's just that I
don't like dead/wrong links. I'd be fine if someone just edited the
database and removed the bad link altogether.
On 6/13/2016 4:51 PM, Paul wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 13, 2016 at 6:19 PM, Jim <unkajim at comcast.net
> <mailto:unkajim at comcast.net>> wrote:
> I did as Philip said and immediately sent the request to correct
> the link to my webpage to cwop-support. I never got an
> acknowledgement and as of today, almost a month later, no edit has
> been done to the findu page, correcting the bad link. cwop-support
> must be government ran, which would explain it I suppose.
> Something @noaa-gov is part of NOAA which is run by the US Federal
> goverment. Howerver if you mean the pointer to
> <http://ecapmiill.home.comcast.net/> at
> <http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/wxpage.cgi?&call=CW0825> I'd contact
> Steve Dimse who's listed as the site owner. findu/CWOP are
> non-govermental entities -- at http://wxqa.com/ (another private site)
> you'll find this "Citizen Weather Observer Program (CWOP) is a
> public-private partnership" -- where the public part is MADIS. MADIS
> needs to know where your station is to process your data so they
> maintain a location database which needs to be updated by them if you
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