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Re: More on the on-line members info pages
I just want to say "publicly" that you are totally AWESOME! I just can't
believe we can now be updated automatically when rides are added or changed,
or points changed (in my case, that is actually more than I want to
know--but it is very exciting we now have the technology to see all that so
THANK YOU, for doing this for us!!
----- Original Message -----
From: Michael Maul <email@example.com>
To: ridecamp <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 7:47 PM
Subject: RC: More on the on-line members info pages
> A few more notes on the members update pages at
> 1. You can now search on members and horses in the 1985-95 archive files
> the rider/horse has not been active after 1995. This should be
interesting if you like
> to look at history for some of the famous rider/horses of yesterday.
> This would be at http://www.doublejoy.com/rides/rideresults.asp
> and select rider or horse history.
> Unfortunately this doesn't mean we can look at the horses prior to 1985.
> is still on paper there and never likely to make it online so some of the
> ones like Donna Fitzgerald and Witezarif will never be on-line.
> 2. When you are part of a family membership - please encourage the rest of
> to login and correct their data too. If you all use the same email
address - then
> as each of the family logs in - they need to use the login configuration
> the login ID so that the next family member can use the email address at
> 3. Yes - we know there are dates that are off in the 1985-1995 period. If
> something from your records - let us know by email of the date change for
> ride and we will add it to the list of manual changes we will get to. We
> in over 7000 rides from an early 80s language program that only a few
> people in the world now know. We had to make a number of "best guesses"
> get what we did. The official record for 1985-95 is in the office.
> 4. If you don't allow "cookies" - the only feature of the site that
should be affected
> is autologin.
> Mike and Russ
> Ridecamp is a service of Endurance Net, http://www.endurance.net.
> Information, Policy, Disclaimer: http://www.endurance.net/RideCamp
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