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Since my last post in late March 2019, I’ve been taking a break from the website to focus on work, but I am also continuing to think through development options. The last significant improvement I plan to implement is a way to improve the user registration design. Right now it is pretty bad from what […]

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I am happy to report that the main ecohydraulics website is now fully open for “business”. I encourage people to register as users, log in, and start engaging in forums and messaging in the members area. If you have content you want me to add, let me know. Probably best to email me the content […]

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My post last month was about a variety of struggles with developing this website. A lot happened since then- we can call it “March Madness” by analogy to the fast-paced basketball tournament this month. Most importantly, the ISE2020 local hosting team expressed an interest in having our site host theirs as a subdomain that they […]

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I spent the day today building various content throughout the site. It’s been a lot of frustration with trying to figure out many tiny design issues to get exactly what I want. In some cases, things I figured out a month ago are not forgotten, only remembered after a couple hours of tweaking. Oof. Still, […]

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Today I have been developing the Research web page and some of its second-level content. For now, I am envisioning to have pages for the journal of Ecohydraulics, institutes & centers, ecohydraulic analysis platforms, and allied organizations. The Journal web page is up and functional, though pretty light in content. I’ll seek input from the […]

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Today I built out the web page for the people we want to formally list as members of the leadership team. Unfortunately, I do not have the most up-to-date list, so I pulled the list from the IAHR website for now. I emailed all the LT members thatI know of and asked them to send […]

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The least-developed top level page of the site right now is the Training web page, which really is likely to be a later development when people in the community have things to announce. Training could go under Events (e.g., workshops, seminars, etc) and maybe even under Research (e.g., software tools), so that ambiguous I guess. […]

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The ECoENet community of early career researchers in ecohydraulics has its own website on the original WordPress server. That has a good amount of content and stands alone. Therefore, I made a ECoENet page on this site that tells people what this group is and then links to its independent site. Photos Needed I am […]

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Today I “soft launched” the ecohydraulics.org website, which means it really exists for people to go to, but there isn’t much content there yet. Expert website developers always build a site in a “sandbox” first, get it great, and then unleash it into the interwebs all at once when ready. Yeah, so I’m not a […]

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