Accessing Zroadster Message board Pre 2004

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Accessing Zroadster Message board Pre 2004

Post by Jet » Sun 06 Oct, 2013 22:14

Where can I find the Pre-2004 Zroadster message boards?

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Post by Robert T » Sun 06 Oct, 2013 22:34

All the archived posts from the earlier messageboard type forums are currently backed up offline. I am assuming that you are just after the Z1 bits? In which case, I have just restored them for you here: http://www.zroadster.net/z1/index.html

You might have to wait a little while for Google to index them to make them searchable, but the index pages for the four archives should be searchable using the find box in your browser.

If anyone would like me to restore the other early forums, then space permitting, I should be able to do this.

Cheers R.
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Post by Jet » Mon 07 Oct, 2013 13:55

Thank you very much, that's the fella.

How long have I got before it gets removed, to find what I need?

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Post by Robert T » Mon 07 Oct, 2013 14:52

As long as you like, Jet. There is no issue with the size of the Z1 board, so it can stay indefinitely. I left the archives off originally when we moved servers as there was no direct link into them (at least that I could see), so I didn't think they were being used, and it made one less thing for me to do.

As I say, if anyone is interested in the old Z3 and Z8 boards, I can blow the cobwebs off them and see about restoring them as well, provided they doesn't take up too much space.

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