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SCAUM - achingknees - 8th February 2007

http://www.scaum.org

Methinks this can be counted as a BAJR success.


SCAUM - Cautionary Tale - 9th February 2007

All for joining in the collective cheerleading, but in what way was this a BAJR success (or is there a friday morning fog in my way)?

I maiali sono alimentati e aspettano per volare


SCAUM - Curator Kid - 9th February 2007

Indeed. They don't appear to consider BAJR to be a "Useful Website"...:face-huh:


SCAUM - kevin wooldridge - 9th February 2007

Personally I think a SCAUM website is long overdue and I am sure that they will get around to adding a BAJR link (sooner of later). Good news is they at long last have the platform to make the SCAUM H&S Manual an internet viewable document!!!

I am not too sure how long a SCAUM forums page will be in the making though. (I hear that SCAUM types are even more vicious about each other than any amount of backchat from the site-hut or BAJR could ever be)

I had to think hard as to why the Wessex Archaeology weblog was listed and so few others, but I think I understand........!!

If the webmaster wants a list of a few other 'arch-blogs' to add to SCAUM links they could check out my small (but growing!) list of UK blogsites and web misfits

http://www.freewebs.com/departmentofurbanarchaeology/archaeologywebsites.htm





SCAUM - achingknees - 9th February 2007

Quote:quote:Originally posted by Barnesy

All for joining in the collective cheerleading, but in what way was this a BAJR success (or is there a friday morning fog in my way)?

I maiali sono alimentati e aspettano per volare

Well, several people on BAJR had been calling for this to be made more readily available, preferably online. It's an excellent resource with monthly updates.

Still early days yet as to if they mean this to be accessible to Unit Managers only. I hope not. I would urge all unit managers to pass this on to staff and circulate the monthly updates.