Anywhoo just a heads up that I am playing with fsxnet.nz at the
moment, I figured it needed some more love so have opted to blow up
the static site I had and swap it out with a wiki to serve up the
I figure I can work to migrate content from wiki.fsxnet.nz that still
is valid across to the fsxnet.nz site over time. I also think by using
a wiki as the basis for the site I can work to slowly add other
helpful info in a structured way that will help people set up their
BBS, learn about other BBS software etc. etc.
Hey the wiki looks good! I like the theme.
Yeah, easier to maintain one wiki rather than two, and last time I
checked the wiki.fsxnet.nz looked a bit dated.
Is it possible to get a lets encrypt cert for the fsxnet.nz? They're
free, just not sure if your web host supports it? Might be better if it's https
Hmm, my webhost set one up for the domain, so if you go to
https://fsxnet.nz it *should* work?
I've been watching some Australian motor sport today (Bathurst 1000) which runs across several days. Today there was some racing but the top 10 shootout stuff was called off due to rain. I think the main race should run OK tomorrow.
Yesterday they were expecting today to be at least as wet as yesterday. The weather radar looks clear at the moment, but they do still have a forecast for showers today. Looking forward to it myself too, although with current cars in use I feel its a shadow of its former self.
If you're interested in the doppler radar imaging.
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