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2015-09-28 Announcement: A Tech Update from Brian Larholm
As some (or most, perhaps all) of you might have noticed, we have some problems with the login system at the moment.
Rest assured that we are working on fixing it, and hope to have everything back to normal soon.
We have added the ability to use your UID number in place of the login name, and invite you to do so while we work on getting the login back to normal. We had wanted to try and get all fixed before making an announcement in case there were more gremlins and Vogonocity but folks have spotted the semi fix already (nothing gets past the Researchers) and given the last week, something is definitely better than nothing!
This ability (to use your UID number to log in) is now a permanent feature that you will always be able to use.
Brian, NPL Director and Tech.
Announcement 2015-08-15: Robbie Swims the Channel!
We just wanted to share something about Robbie! In addition to running h2g2 with us, and all his other business ventures, Robbie is just about to embark on a rather special trip - Swimming across the English Channel!
He will be part of a five person team Relay Team, they will start on Sunday at 00:30 AM, and you will be able track them here: http://cspf.co.uk/tracking
Also, read more about Robbie's reasons for this swim, it's not just for fun: http://www.justgiving.com/Robbie-Stamp1/ (Milla's comment: although I like to swim personally, this level of fun can be discussed )
He's also doing it to raise money for a charity (Aside: he's almost reached the fundraising goal ): http://www.justgiving.com/childbereavementuk which supports families and individuals who experience child bereavement. Our hearts go to them.
Here's to a very special Robbie in our lives - Just keep swimming!
Announcement 2015-07-20: Tech updates
While we were quiet on the volunteer front, our Brian L has worked hard behind the scenes:
Several changes to the Captcha settings have been made, and for a few weeks we have not had any reports of captcha issues. So, we are now confident that the problem is gone!
Brian has also solved an issue with the migration of old users returning to the site - so if anyone has come across their old email from the take over from BBC, it's once again possible to re-join us on site.
In the event of the Hydra rearing its head again, you can as always report issues here: http://h2g2.com/entry/A87706669 or to [email protected]
2015-02-04 Announcement from Robbie Stamp and Lanzababy
It has been a while. Firstly we have important news, which is that Pastey - our former digital lead - has stepped down. He was a core member of the team that worked through the transition from the BBC and when Steve Makin stepped down as Chair, Pastey took over, working closely with the Volunteer team. This means that he is no longer Chair of the Volunteers, and is replaced by the Vice Chair - Lanzababy - who is Team Leader for the Guide Editors. We thank him greatly for all that he has done to bring the site to where it is now and to wish him well in his future career as a writer and a brewer, both of which indeed seem to be going from strength to strength.
This has given us the spur to do a thorough review of what has been working and what has not been working so well prior to what we hope will be a new wave of development of h2g2. For a long time we've been anticipating bringing the site up to the standard we all wish for - but with such a complicated beast that is h2g2, with a range of legacy issues, this is no simple matter. Indeed if I am honest it has proved to be a little more challenging than originally anticipated when we took over from the BBC again.
We are taking a good look at roles and responsibilities among the Volunteer team, who continue to do amazing things with some pretty out dated technology, for which much thanks. We do have a little income now from advertising revenue ( and we do mean a little!) and will look to see how we can spend that wisely on some fixes to key tools that will make Volunteers? lives just a little easier. So we are trying to get a new grip on the social and technical issues involved in running a site this size. We don?t get everything right by any means but I do know that everybody has the best interests of the site at heart. We are thinking hard about how we can boost the Guide aspects of the site, as Douglas? original vision was of course for an earth Edition of the Guide. We are looking at mobile options carefully too.
So for all those who have stayed with us, simply, thank you.
Robbie Stamp - Chair of NPL
Lanzababy - Acting Chair of h2g2 Volunteers
For Robbie and Lanzababy;
2015-02-04 Announcement from Aly Larholm and Moderators
Not Panicking Ltd (NPL) has been evaluating the moderation system on h2g2 that has been in operation since it took the site over from the BBC a few years ago now. The Board has now made a few key decisions relating to how moderation is going to be managed on site going forward. When we took the site back from the BBC, we knew that moderation was always going to be delicate issue on h2g2, that prides itself rightly on being, alongside a Guide, a lively and imaginative community too.
Legally, NPL is responsible for all aspects of the running of the site and that of course includes moderation. The Board has therefore decided to take responsibility for moderation directly under its wing. The Moderation team will, with immediate effect, be totally autonomous and anonymous, reporting directly to and accountable to NPL. NPL will of course keep moderation policies and tone under careful review.
Moderators will no longer be identified as such on site, and will be prohibited from identifying themselves as moderators to anyone, including the other moderators. Any moderator who does so will be removed from the team immediately. However, the Moderation Team Leader will remain known to all members of the team, and as a point of contact on site.
Access to personal data will continue to be held by NPL. From now on, any requests related to passwords, email addresses, or user accounts should be referred to the Moderation Team.
Please contact the Moderation Team or NPL with any questions or concerns.
NPL is tremendously grateful for all the time and assistance that previous moderators have given to h2g2; many moderators have been part of this process and we are genuinely thankful to them all. It is a hard and sometime somewhat thankless task but an essential one.
For Aly and Moderators;
2014-11-12 Announcing: About the recent downtime of h2g2.com
You may have noticed recently that h2g2 was inaccessible for a fair while, so much so that withdrawal symptoms were starting to show, but we didn’t panic!
The reason for this was that our content delivery network (Cloudflare) was suffering from a Distributed Denial-of-Service attack. Some very naughty people were trying to bring down the network that we use to make sure that you get as smooth an access to the Earth Edition of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy as we possibly can, and until measures were put in place to defeat this attack, we weren’t able to provide the access to your collected wit and wisdom that we wished.
We’d like to apologise on behalf of our providers for this, and to assure you then they worked very hard to do everything they could to stop the very naughty people from disrupting your pleasure.
For Pastey and Tech
2014-09-07 Announcing London Mini-Meet, September 27th 2014
It looks like a London mini-meet is on! When? Saturday 27th September.
The evening venue will be the favourite haunt of h2g2 in London, The Shakespeare's Head, Holborn, as it is large, disability-friendly, has cheap food and drink (for London) and good transport links. Officially we will be there from 7pm.
We will also be doing an afternoon trip to the Imperial War Museum, recently reopened after extensive refurbishments. We will meet there at 12pm.
To sign up, find out who else is coming, what we might be doing on Friday and Saturday and ask any questions you might have, please visit the London meet page.
Looking forward to seeing you!
on behalf of the lucky people who are organising and attending the mini-meet
Thursday 12 June 2014 - Announcing The Lounge, and a Word from the Moderators
From the Community Editors
The Lounge has been launched! The Lounge is the place to find links to the most popular community threads on h2g2.
The link to the Lounge The Lounge can be found in the menu bar at the top of the Front Page. There you will find links to Miscellaneous Chat, Ask h2g2, Games Room and Science Explained as well as the five most recent posts for each forum. The Lounge also has its own forum for posts that don't quite fit into any of the other categories.
The eight most recent posts across the entirety of h2g2 can still be found on the Front Page.
The Community Editors Team will be moving some threads that better fit into other forums as they come across them. Once you are subscribed to a thread your subscription will move along with that thread, so .
From the Moderators
The h2g2 Moderation Team would like to take this opportunity to publicly acknowledge our gratitude to our Researchers for making h2g2 such a fun and friendly place to be.
For the most part, our Researchers exhibit some of the most exemplary behavior we have seen in any online community, and do a fabulous job of alerting us when necessary. An overwhelming majority of you make our job incredibly easy. You make the h2g2 Community a vibrant and special place, and a wonderful one for which to work.
You may have noticed over the last couple of years that some prohibitions that were in place under BBC management have been relaxed. For example, we no longer remove foreign language posts, provided their content does not otherwise break any House Rules and that translation could feasibly be obtained if necessary. We also have somewhat relaxed the rule forbidding swearing (although we are still using the filter we inherited from the BBC for the time being, so we do still have to override some flagged posts on a regular basis).
We do ask that everyone continue to think before posting, and avoid excessive or hardcore swearing, flaming, trolling or flooding.
Flaming and trolling include name-calling, derailment, and other disruptive or abusive behaviours. Flooding is making more than two posts in a row without allowing other researchers to reply in the interim - particularly when subsequent posts change the topic or are out of context to the thread (as opposed to natural topic drift). Dropping a series of links into a thread without any comment or stated purpose would also constitute flooding.
Please remember that hardcore swearing and being abusive toward others is never permitted. Please try to wait to hit the post button until you have included most or all of your thoughts, and if you don't receive a reply right away, please wait to give others a chance to reply before replying again.
Thank you once again, Researchers, for your loyalty and stickiness over these last two and half years, and for making h2g2 such a fun, friendly and informative place!
on behalf of the h2g2 Moderation Team and the Community Editors
Monday 19 May 2014 - Announcing the Retirement of QOTD
It is with regret that we have to announce that QoTD will no longer be updated.
As you all may be aware, Quote of the Day has not been updated since the beginning of the year. Due to the lack suitable of quotes available it has not been possible to change the quote daily or even weekly. QoTD will now be removed from the FP . The email address will still be open and checked regularly and should sufficient suitable quotes be submitted in the future, the feature may be restored
Thank you all for the quotes that were sent and used. We couldn't have done it without you.smiley - applause
For the volunteers
Monday 2 February 2014 - Announcing the return of Italics
We're delighted to let you know that since the launch of the new version of Pliny, we've been able to continue fixing and tweaking things behind the scenes. Today one of those things is able to come out to the front and show itself off. We've been able to launch the Core Team badge, a shiny multi-coloured badge that will sit on the Personal Spaces of those Senior Volunteers that make up the 'Core Team': those that manage the running of the site on a day to day basis.
Every official Volunteer on the site gives up their free time to keep The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - Earth Edition, up and running, and we really can't stress how grateful we are for this. The site would not be here without their effort. There’s a lot more volunteers than you might first realise, quietly beavering away behind the scenes.
Managing those volunteers and their hard work is the Core Team; these are the team leaders and their deputies, who are always in contact with each other, have official monthly meetings, and between them and their interaction with NPL, guide the daily running of the site and plan out its future. In short, these are the people who are responsible in the same way as the paid staff were when the site was run by the BBC or earlier when TDV set it up.
In order to assist in clarifying the management structure of h2g2, the Core Team will not only be distinguishable by a shiny new badge, but they will also start appearing as Italics in the forums.
The Core Team comprises:
For the core team,
Monday 23rd December 2013 – Announcing: Pliny The Younger Released Into The Wild
If you’re using the main Pliny skin, you’ll notice something a little different about it today. Actually, there’s a lot different about it. If you’re using one of the older Ripley skins, it might be worth having a look to see how things have changed.
Over the past year, pretty much since we resurrected Pliny from the remains of Barlesque, we’ve been tirelessly trying to turn it into the skin that it should have been. A modern skin that can hold its own in the wild web that the internet has become, a skin that works on all browsers and devices, a skin that’s actually usable by the community as well as for just reading Entries. And while there’s still some work to do (Isn’t there always?) we’re now a lot further towards that goal!
As for features and functionality, a lot of the things from Ripley that were missing in Pliny have now been built in. Conversation forums especially are now far easier to use, with a summary of posts and other threads in the sidebar, just like the frames feature of Ripley. When replying to a post there’s also clickable smilies. Not just a few of the more common ones, but all of them, organised into categories and easy to find. Yes folks, the smiley congas are about to get more varied! If that wasn’t enough, the My Conversations page now allows you to see how many unread posts there are…. and… you can click to go to the first unread post!!! Again, stuff that Ripley’s been able to do for years. Possibly most importantly though, the wysiwyg editor has had a massive update and overhaul, and now (mostly) works!
And if that wasn’t enough, new stuff has been added. Links within posts to external sites now open in a new window, and we have a footer that we’ll be populating with all the important links that it’s handy to have handy, such as the House Rules, who to contact for what, and the statistics pages that we starting to work again.
This massive upgrade to h2g2 couldn’t have been done without the volunteers who’ve been using the test system as their main skin over the last six months or so and have been finding bugs, niggles and tweaks, until we’re all happy with it. It’s a huge step forward, much easier to manage on a daily basis, much easier to use, and much more suited to going forward and building the Guide on!
All that remains for me to say is: Share And Enjoy!
Monday 16th December 2013 – Announcing: 2014 h2g2 Annual Meet
As 2013 draws to a close we’ve been looking back at the mini-meets of the last year, and the maxi-meet of 2012, and have started to plan a meet for 2014.
We’ve been asking in the forums why we attend meets, and what makes them good ones. And, what might we do to improve them. And from these thoughts and discussions, we’ve had a chat with a few people, researchers who are experts in their fields as well as some non-researcher experts, and have hatched a plan, dependent on interest, so on to the details!
WHERE: Manchester Manchester has great transport links, is cheaper to stay in than London, and is central for all those who live outside of the capital (apparently there’s somewhere called ‘Scotland’ up north), plus there’s already several researchers based in the city who’ve agreed to do the leg work to organise it.
WHEN: June The exact date hasn’t been confirmed, we’re looking towards the start of it as that fits in with the availability of those who’ve so far spoken up in the forums.
WHAT: LOTS!!! After chatting in the forums, and twisting peoples arms offline, we're able to offer a more structured daytime event, don’t worry though, it’s not Forced Fun! There will be two Workshops on offer as well as two Guided Walks.
The first workshop will focus on how to improve your entry writing skills to take advantage of how search engines and social media work. The second workshop will focus on how to take, and edit photos for use in the Guide. There'll be more details on these when we know how many people are interested in them, and who, as they’ll be tailored to those attending. They’ll both be about an hour and a half to two hours long, one late morning, one early afternoon.
The first guided walk will be the Hidden Gems of Manchester, a walk around the city centre with the local Historic Environment Records Officer looking at buildings that you wouldn’t normally notice, such as a power station in the heart of one of the busiest areas that even the residents don’t know exists. The second walk will be hosted by the Greater Manchester Chief Archaeologist, and will highlight how Manchester has grown and changed from its Roman foundation through mediaeval times to the Industrial Revolution. These will both be about an hour long, again one late morning and one early afternoon. There is also a possibility of a third walk, which would see researchers packed off onto a train out to the moors with a map and directions if any want that.
All walks and workshops will be totally free (except for the train fare to get to the moors and back) and will run if there’s enough interest in them. The third option for the day, is to sit down in a nice quiet café-bar and have a chat, a chance to catch up face to face with those we normally only see in passing online as time zones overlap.
The evening will see us stay in the same bar, have a few drinks and the now legendary h2g2 Quiz, which I’ve been made to promise will be easier this year. There Will Be Prizes!!!
So, come one, come all, let us know what you think of the slight change in format with the addition of the workshops and guided walks, whether you’ll be able to attend the meet, and if so which, if any, workshops and walks you’d like to do!
Monday 18th November 2013 – Announcing: Achievement Badges
One of the pleasures of helping to run h2g2, as official volunteers, is when we get to congratulate Researchers and hand out those sparkly official badges to adorn your Personal Spaces. As well as for volunteer status, some of these very special badges are for achievement. We have badges that indicate contributions to the Guide in the following categories:
(Here we have a sequence of badges: 0-10, 10+, 25+ and onwards - the more entries, the larger the steps)
Has rescued more than five Entries from the Flea market
Field Researcher badge:
Has written a University project.
The awards are not made automatically (how we wish life would be simple!), so if you've noticed that you're a badge short, or that your current solo entry badge needs an upgrade, then please let us know.
In the meantime, belated congratulations to the following who've written *more* than ten solo Entries. The next tier is 25 solo entries.
Lanzababy (I think it looks odd, me congratulating myself, but even I'd not noticed I was due a new badge)
You may like to know that 'Solo' entries do not include those where there has been collaboration, or an Entry rescued from the Flea Market, or even completely rewritten/updated.
We really understand all the work that goes into writing and honing these Entries, they are invaluable additions to the Guide. Without you, our esteemed authors, the Guide would be all dusty and unloved.
We also want to give a special mention to SashaQ, who broke the bank this week by achieving a royal flush of Scavenger, University and Ten Solo Entries in a single weekend. Well done that, Researcher! We hope you're planning yet more amazing Entries for the Guide.
with kind regards
Lanzababy and the Core Team
Wednesday 16th October 2013 – Announcing: We are two years on from the relaunch!
Can you believe it? Two years ago, we just finished the final bug testing and fixing, and switched the site live in this new home.
And we are still here, writing, reading, discussing, volunteering and growing!
Massive thanks to Not Panicking Ltd, for deciding to "do it", to Tech Team smiley - hero for steadily updating the site since then, and working on the update to come, to all the volunteers for their time, their efforts and their caring, and most of all, to the whole community, for being such great people.
And if that wasn't enough, we've got some rather special plans for the next year, but we can't tell you about them yet, except to say that we're incredibly excited!
Milla for h2g2 Communications
Saturday 25th May 2013 – Announcing: Towel Day!
Today is Towel Day, the day when fans of Douglas Adams remember his life and works by carrying a towel and displaying it prominently.
Here’s what our Guide has to say about the first towel day.
This year, towel-minded researchers can celebrate by sending us their towel-related photos. By email, on Facebook, via Twitter. The instructions are all here.
And check out the topical entries tab on the front page for the best in towel-themed entries h2g2 has produced so far, and Ask for the official Towel Day thread, almost certainly soon to descend into a surrealist exploration of what the universe would be like should towels develop intelligence and take over. Or something. Possibly limericks.
Happy Towel Day, hoopy froods!
To find out more about Towel Day, and what other people around the world have planned, why not visit the official Towel Day website?
Thursday 23rd May 2013 – Announcing: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Foundation Website.
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Foundation, the literacy and communication skills charity co-founded by the h2g2 community, is now at the next phase of its development – it is ready to launch its very own website. We invite all h2g2 researchers to the site.
The Hitchhiker Foundation works by supporting other charities, organisations or projects which further our aims. One of the things having our own site allows us to do is explain more fully just what projects the Hitchhiker Foundation has contributed to so far.
We hope that you visit, read all about it and share in our excitement for the future as we build on some very positive first steps.
Solnushka for the Hitchhiker Foundation.
Sunday 28th April - Announcing: Happy 14th Birthday h2g2!
The internet, you might say, is big. Vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big. But nothing on it seems to last for very long (with the obvious exception of anything you’d rather people didn’t see). So if a website is going to celebrate its fourteenth birthday, it’s probably going to need to be the work of a complete genius.
Fortunately, Douglas Adams was a complete genius. So when he launched “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: Earth Edition” (also known as the snappier h2g2) in 1999, it was clearly destined to be an unbridled, catastrophic success, right?
Although h2g2.com might not yet quite be a complete guide to Life, The Universe and Everything it is a thriving online community, where Hitchhiker’s fans and many other creative folks can work on The Guide and help fulfil Douglas’ vision of a real-life, mostly useful, Earth Edition of his fictional Guide (not, incidentally, a real-life version of the Encyclopedia Galactica).
Today we welcome everyone, active and returning researchers, new researchers, visitors and viewers, to celebrate.
Thanks to Douglas Adams, who saw a way to bring his idea of the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy into an actual Guide, the Earth Edition, we have been around for 14 internet years! (They say that's like 146 Earth years...)
Join us in a toast to our favourite place on the web: h2g2!
Milla, for h2g2 Communications
Thursday 4th April - Announcing: h2g2 is one of 100 websites Capturing the digital universe
A group of curators and experts from participating libraries (the British Library, the National Library of Scotland, the National Library of Wales, Bodleian Libraries, Cambridge University Library and Trinity College Dublin) have chosen 100 Websites which they judge will be essential reading for future generations researching our life and times in 2013. These sites will be archived, to ensure their permanent availability.
And h2g2 is among those! We are so proud!
Here's what they say: H2g2 - launched in 1999 by Douglas Adams, and formerly hosted by the BBC, hg2g (sic!) did Wikipedia before Wikipedia. A wonderful eclectic community which does the original source proud.
Read more here.
And for the full list, see here.
Thank you *everyone* who contribute to h2g2, in all the ways you do it!
Monday 11 March 2013 - Announcing Douglas Adams' 61st birthday
Today would have been Douglas' 61st birthday.
Join us as we celebrate the works and legacy that he has left us, including this very site. We raise a virtual glass to Absent Friends, and toast the life, works and everything of Douglas Adams.
Saturday 23 February 2013: Announcing the debut of Spimcoot's Graphic Novel, Eustace
6 – 7pm, Thursday March 7th, 2013
Forbidden Planet London Megastore
179 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8JR
Spimcoot, known in some circles as Steven Harris, has been an h2g2 researcher since 4th August, 2001. His web comic Eustace first appeared in the h2g2 Post. Spimcoot is also the author of a second Post web comic series, Paper Cuts.
The graphic novel Eustace, described as a "blackly comic and surreal tale" will be launched at an invitation-only event at Waterstones in London on Friday 1st March 2013.
Sunday 3 February 2013: Announcing The Return of the Move Thread Tool
Have you ever started a thread, then realized your conversation belonged in another part of our vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big site? Been informed that your conversation more properly belonged in tech feedback or the community Soapbox? Wished you had posted the details of your vacation to your journal rather than Ask h2g2?
Problem - solved.
The Tech Team fixed the Move Thread tool, which had been broken for about two years. Now the Moderators can easily move a thread to the most appropriate forum, and your conversation can receive the attention it deserves.
To let the Moderators know about a thread that may need to be moved, simply yikes the thread and tick the box for "is off-topic for the board or subject being discussed". Our volunteers will handle the rest.
Saturday 2 February 2013: Announcing A French Meet In June
Rumors of champagne-sipping in Reims are sweeping h2g2 as plans develop for a French meet on 15th - 16th June 2013. For more details, and to make your reservations, visit A87780612 - h2g2 French Meet in 2013.
Monday 14 January 2013: Announcing The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Foundation
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Foundation is pleased to start the New Year by announcing that it has completed the process of becoming a UK registered charity through the Charity Commission (Registered Charity No: 1149839).
We are also on the verge of making our first donations to four very interesting charities:
- Robin Baker’s Orphan Children’s Home in Andhra Pradesh, India.
- Bana Ba Letsatsi in Maun, Northern Botswana.
- Shine a Light in Latin America.
- Southwark Day Centres for Asylum Seekers in London, UK.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask the h2g2 community representative to the Foundation, Solnushka, and if you have any suggestions for future charities for the Foundation to support, we are interested in hearing about them too.
For Solnushka and the Foundation,
Operations Team Lead
Conversations About This Entry
- 2015-09-28 Announcement: A Tech Update from Brian Larhol
- Announcement 2015-08-15: Robbie Swims the Channel!
- Announcement 2015-07-20: Tech updates
- 2014-11-12 Announcing: About the recent downtime of h2g2
- Friday 12th April - Announcing: Birthday Party Preparati
- Tuesday 18 October, 2011: Welcome to h2g2 in its new hom
- Monday 3 February 2014 - Announcing the return of Italic
- 2015-02-04 Announcement from Robbie Stamp and Lanzababy
- 2015-02-04 Announcement from Aly Larholm and Moderators
- Monday 19 May 2014 - Announcing the retirement of QOTD
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- Terms and Conditions
- The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Foundation
- h2g2 French Meet in 2013
- Towel Day is Coming
- Archived h2g2 Announcements 2012
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