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George Roffe geo31 at
Tue Sep 10 18:21:49 EDT 2013

I don't think that's Larry's issue....

---- David Evans <davide169 at> wrote:

It seems like everyone is overthinking this. 
The data still exists correct?
If so I don't know how big it is, but I doubt its all that much.  Why can't it just be moved to a simple web host such as Hostgator.  Its $142 for 3 years of hosting.  Unlimited data, unlimited bandwidth.  If 30 people pony up $5 then there is no need to worry about it for another 3 years.

On Tue, Sep 10, 2013 at 2:39 PM, George Roffe <geo31 at> wrote:

This could be a workable solution. While I would normally be against giving the content of to a commercial site, a great deal of the content on came from the folks who are MotoIQ (Mike Kojima being the most obvious and prolific example). I also think that the folks at MotoIQ would be good stewards of the content.
The only thing I would want to see (and may make this not work) is to keep the content commercial-free as it is now. Let's face it, MotoIQ is a commercial enterprise and kuddos to Mike and the team for their success. They've earned and deserve it. I just think it would be wrong for contributors' content to suddenly find its way to a commercial site. I would probably object to that for my own content, despite being good friends with Mike and many of the staff.
Anyway, it would seem a potentially good way to get the site scrubbed and even possibly updated occassionally. But only if it remained commercial-free (or largely so).
George Roffe

---- Martin <martin_g34 at> wrote:

We would be completely down to post all the old content on MotoIQ, but how do we go about it?  I'm specifically talking about layout.  Any suggestions?
Again, we (MotoIQ) are all for this.  

Martin Gse-r veterano  ;)

From: Jim Wright <06specv at>
To: Lawrence Weeks <lweeks at>
Cc: se-r list <se-r at>
Sent: Thursday, September 5, 2013 6:42 PM
Subject: Re: web site

On Sep 3, 2013, at 7:24 PM, Lawrence Weeks wrote:

> I'm wondering what to do with that site and domain. Do you guys think there is value in leaving it up? Nobody seems to have noticed it was offline for perhaps a year. :-) I'd thought there may be valuable data there still, so wanted to leave it just in case. I could attempt to scrub email addresses from the pages and put it back up if there is interest.

I did notice, but couldn't remember who was hosting it to complain to.  Yeah, I'm late to this thread, didn't feel like posting from my iPhone, had to wait until I was in front of my old desktop.  LOL

Still have a '91 SE-R in the garage, and when I manage to reclaim my spare engine from Houston, I'm hoping to get it up and running again.

The info that was on the old site was far more useful and well written that most of the stuff on any of the forums, it's all signal, and almost no noise.  Forums are completely reversed, finding accurate info there is almost impossible.

If any help is needed scrubbing the data, let me know Larry, I can probably spare some cycles to help out.

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