Archive Goes Offline and is Later Revived
For most of 2021, things were mostly lousy but I managed to stay alive and healthy and concerns for my relatives had begun to resolve or otherwise improve. Finally I had some time to consider the web site and breathing some life back into it after over 6 years of inactivity.
Additionally, due to code changes in the PHP scripting language, the base of the Overpressure Archive photo gallery's underlying app (Plogger, a free web photo gallery application which had been abandoned for years and not actively updated.) was dealt a death blow by a server update to PHP 7. This took the whole archive offline while a new application was vetted as a replacement and meant that the archive was offline for nearly a year.
It was decided to use Piwigo, a newer and more importantly, actively maintained application to take over the photo archive.
Even though the archive was back online, the links hadn't been updated and so no-one knew how to access it. This has now been resolved and I'm happy to say that the Overpressure Archive is again open for browsing!
Presently it lacks the logo and "branding" of the former archive, but I'll get to that later.
The Overpressure Archive is Back Online!
In July I received an email informing me that a Titan I complex in Colorado had some very interesting activity going on. Very interesting indeed...
A few months later I was lucky enough to be invited to see how the place was shaping up with its new owner. In October I drove on out and was given a grand tour and met the crew now working hard to get the place in order. More on that later so be sure to check back soon.