When Adaptistration moved to its new server on October 15, 2007 it had 12,000+ entries containing 1.2 million words, thousands of links, and hundreds of embedded pics, tables, graphs, and charts. Although moving that much data would normally involve endless headaches, everything made it from URL "A" to URL "B" in one piece. Well, almost in one piece.
Due to the nature of changing URL’s, there were a few unavoidable potholes that resulted in some broken links. Fortunately, the only broken links were those pointing to internal articles, meaning those at Adaptistration (all outbound links were unharmed). Additionally, all embedded graphics were transformed into broken links.
The solution is nothing short of going through each article, one by one, and reenter each link and graphic. Needless to say, given the volume of data at Adaptistration this isn’t a quick fix. As such, the progress chart on Adaptistration’s home page will keep you apprised of the progress made toward updating all broken links and missing graphics.
Work is being carried out in reverse chronological order (with a few exceptions such as the website review, compensation reports, TAFTO articles, etc.) and as progress is made, it will be reported via the pie chart on the home page.
In the meantime, if there is a particular article or graphic you’re looking for but can’t find or notice is missing, send in an email and I’ll send you whatever it is you’re looking for.