July 20, 2013:
I’ve been putting off a risky upgrade to Weaver II with its migration to HTML5, automatic reformatting when accessed by mobile phones or tablets, and a whole slew of changes requiring manual fixes. Finally July 20, 2013 I took the plunge and started it. Proper study and planning kept it from going as badly as I feard. And although it’s still not right yet, I believe I can turn off maintenance mode and let people and spiders back in. We shall see. The last version was created by trial and error (playing in my sandbox) and hacking away at one feature at at time. This conversion forced me to deal with all features at once. Anyway, I can hack away some more this weekend, but for now it’s late dinner time and the site seems good enough to let it rest now.