In article <562774ffd8bbailey(a)argonet.co.uk>,
Brian <bbailey(a)argonet.co.uk> wrote:
In article <ba176a2756.jim(a)abbeypress.net>, Jim Nagel
> Brian [Bailey, we discover] wrote on 26 Mar: (re
> > The site now seems to load but accessing individual
> > gets the following,
> > Proxy Error The proxy server received an invalid response
> > upstream server. The proxy server could not handle the request GET
> > /kyp/southglos. Reason: Error reading from remote server
> The Know Your Place site itself (http://kypwest.org.uk
) seems to
> OK, but the indiv geographical areas you call pages from the Bristol
> city council site, e.g. http://maps.bristol.gov.uk/kyp/?edition=glos
> The page for the exhibition at Wells (near me) is also hosted on
> outside site (https://bishopspalace.org.uk
), and Netsurf unforch has
> pictures on top of text etc.
So it does.
> I know not whether the shortcoming is in Netsurf or in
> coding of the site, of course.
I guess that the latter might probably be the case. Nonetheless it
be interesting to see what NatSurf can do with it in the fullness of time.
> But thanks for the pointer, Brian. Will mention Know Your Place
> local conservation newsletter I do.
Well, KYP is of course of some limited interest, but at least three
and a dog locally definitely think it's a great idea. As a community
project I feel that it has merit. It certainly is of historical interest
and has come up with a number of surprises for me.
Also useful in genealogy research. In one of the old maps I found a street
(now disappeared) where some ancestors lived.