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[update 2010-09-02T20:07Z I added the category and tidied up the table a little bit.  I am also noticing the many ways that Windows Live Writer fails to handle editing of more-intricate [X]HTML content.  After all of this time in the history of HTML editors, I am not clear what is so difficult about this, apart from misplaced NIH ego-foo.]

I have 20 domain names all to be hosted at nfoCentrale.  The sites category provides subcategories on their individual development and status.

There are also two retired domain names.  I’ve commented on the demise of InfoNuovo already.  Until I sat down to create this list and check on all of the current leases, I had forgotten about the never-used  It keeps company in the list of retirees, below.



DMA: The Document Management Alliance Specification DMA

AIIM’s Document Management Interoperability Exchange DMware

eoWare: Applicative Language Development eoWare

Millennia Antica Pottery millennia-antica

The Miser Project miser

nfoCentrale: The Anchor Site


nfoWare: Digital Information Processing Technology nfoWare





nfoWorks: Tools for Document Interoperability nfoWorks

NuovoDoc: Design for Document System Interoperability NuovoDoc

ODMA: Open Document Management API Interoperability Exchange ODMA

Orcmid’s Lair orcmid



TROST: Open-System Trustworthiness trost

[reserved] worthiness


InfoNuovo InfoNuovo

In preparing for the Centrale Retirees I learned that when there are duplicate sub-category names, as with Centrale/{retired} and sites/{retired}, posting via Windows Live Writer will publish to both {retired} sub categories no matter which branch I select it from.  To repair that, I avoided duplication by having Centrale/{retired} and sites/{retirees}.

I renamed the sites sub-category but retained the status/sites/retired-1 location.  By republishing the site, the duplication disappeared, which is useful to know.  This was all done with the Movable Type administrative interface via my browser, so that I had the necessary fine control to eliminate the duplication.

Although the site/{retirees} category has the same function as that explained for Centrale/{retired}, there probably won’t be so much retirement going on.  Still, if some site becomes completely stabilized and no further posting is expected, it will be useful to freeze its status.  Whether I move it to emeritus status here in the {retiree} category or not remains to be seen.

The subcategories under centrale and sites have been expanded extensively.

The expansion serves two purposes:

    1. The subcategories that I will be needing for a while will have their folders created on the site for backup and maintenance.  They provide places to link to.  They provide places for status about all components of nfoCentrale, including previous components that are now retired.
    2. I can capture historical information about the development of what is now nfoCentrale, by category.

To prevent the categories from being too cluttered in the long run, information about retired nfoCentrale components will eventually be removed from active categories but will remain reachable from the {retired} subcategories under centrale and sites.

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