With help from Greg I've put a development site for VIHistory online at: http://tapor.uvic.ca/~vihdev/
Access is currently restricted by Netlink ID to associated parties (myself, GN, MH, SA, PD, JL). The dev site runs its own database. We put this site online so that PD and JL could "beta test" the new 1911 data once it's ready for them. This also allows me to periodically commit my development changes to the SVN repository, rather than having them sit on my machine for months, in case I get hit by a bus (or suffer another similar calamity).
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viHistory is a web site that is a teaching, learning and research tool. It's principally about the history of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, but it is also a vehicle for exploring the larger field of Canadian history during the late 19th and early part of the 20th century. It allows census, directory and tax assessment roll data from the late 19th and early 20th centuries to be searched in many ways. It also incorporates IMaP to display historical maps. The project director is Dr. Patrick A. Dunae.
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