|Server up-time||282 days, 14 hrs, 48 mins|
|Site online time||282 days, 14 hrs, 48 mins|
|Time since last
backup of user data
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|Dedicated server||parked at San Antonio, TX|
Jupiter, crescent Moon, Venus
from upstate South Carolina, 26 February 2012
upstate South Carolina, 10 January 2011
Tricia is in charge of user relations and manages the Take11 blog. She is an avid member of the LibraryThing community where, among other things, she is participating in experimental, web-based, collaborative authoring of short stories. In an alternate reality she is the Librarian at the Clemson Montessori School. She earned double degrees in mathematics and physics from Middle Tennessee State University and has done graduate work in astronomy at the University of Maryland and the University of Florida. Take11 username: Tricia29630.
Jim takes care of most details at Take11. He has 24 years experience in teaching science, engineering, and technical communications and is the author of books on molecular-scale computer simulation, thermodynamics, technical writing, and teaching. These books have been published either by John Wiley & Sons or Cambridge University Press, or they were self-published through Macatea Productions. He is a recipient of a Presidential Young Investigator Award from the National Science Foundation and the Corcoran Award from the American Society for Engineering Education. He earned a B.S. in chemical engineering from Vanderbilt University and a Ph.D. in chemical engineering from the University of Florida. Take11 username: jmh.
The Take11 logo was designed by Deborah Hawley.
The dynamic Timeline software used on various pages here was created as part of the SIMILE Project at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It is used here under the BSD open-source license.
Minification of CSS files is done using the free online resource CleanCSS.
The Take11 site is served from a dedicated machine living at the Server Beach Datacenter in San Antonio, TX.
We are indebted to the thousands of professionals and dedicated enthusiasts, around the world, who contribute to the Open Source community for software development. Without such individuals the web, as we know it, would not exist. Their more familiar contributions include Linux, Apache, PHP, CSS, MySQL, Subversion, Bugzilla, Firefox. Only with such tools is it possible to build a site like Take11.
The Alpha Repository supports development of long-term projects; i.e., projects that require more than about 50 hours of design, coding, and testing.
The Beta Repository is a subset of the Alpha repository; it supports bug fixes, quick refinements, and short-term projects. The public production site, which you are viewing now, is a copy from the Beta repository.
Toolkit is an internal website containing an ever-expanding suite of software tools that support Take11 development.
Zapper is an internal website for tracking Take11 bugs and the Take11 wish list for new features.