Tuesday, July 26th, 2011
Just a quick update to say hello, and yes qrig.org is still an active project. Our editors and I have been rather busy of late in our personal lives which has taken time away from the project.
Website wise – as always content is something that will be lacking for the time being due to a very busy personal life. However if you would like to become a contributor, register an account and I can update your access levels. I have been building a new motive power engine (so to speak) to manage our locomotive and rollingstock data, as well as planning a large scale sightings database when time permits. This will eventually lead to a mobile app to assist with sightings on the run.
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Tuesday, May 4th, 2010
We’re back again hopefully for good this time. Almost all of the data has been recovered from our take down, except a few of the newer locomotive classes are missing from the Motive Power section, as well as parts of the Safeworking section and all of the Lineside Histories.
I will need to ask Peter Burkitt if he is interested in publishing his Lineside Histories on qrig.org again. Safeworking is generally well covered by our affiliate SigQ (http://www.sigq.org/).
Still a bit of work to do, but we’ll get there in the end.
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