Bad Fragments Report From circlemud (fwd)

From: George Greer (
Date: 10/06/99

Yadda yadda.  You have until December.

Please note I'm going to add Ring capabilities to mudreg.cgi on at some time in the (near, I hope) future so I would much
prefer you go there instead of WebRing.

Just remember to put 'Don't include on MUD list' if your site is not a MUD.

I have Friday off from classes so _maybe_ then.

George Greer            | Shirak's CircleMUD for Windows help   |

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Wed, 6 Oct 1999 08:06:14 -0700
From: Webring <>
Subject: Bad Fragments Report From circlemud

Webring has discovered that you have sites in your circlemud Ring which
do not valid HTMLfragments.  Invalid HTMLfragments break the Ring and make
it difficult for users to surf through.

If you are getting this message now, then you or one of your Helpers
enabled the RingChecker utility and chose to automatically move the
Members to the Queue.  If this is not what you wanted, we suggest that you
log in to Management, go into the Ring Configuration section, and to
change the RingChecker options.

There may be several reasons why the HTMLfragments on the sites listed
below are invalid.

++ Members may no longer be receiving e-mail at the designated address.
++ They may no longer want to be in the Ring and may have removed their
HTMLfragments altogether.
++ They may have misspelled the URL in the HTMLfragment
++ They may have an invalid RingID or no RingID in the HTMLfragment

The following sites in the circlemud are invalid.

 1  58  49  47  53  57  56  44  50  48  3  12  13  14  19  20  21  25  27  28  30  32  33  39  40

If you have enabled the QueueChecker utility, depending on the
QueueChecker options you selected, when Members correct
their HTMLfragments they will either be moved back into the Ring
automatically, or you will be notified that they have corrected their

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