Down but not out

I see Scott Wickstein has announced the resurrection of Troppo Armadillo. It might have been better to wait until there was something resembling actual readable content, but que sera sera. Many thanks to Scott for granting a protection visa to this cyberspace asylum seeker, and for putting in the “hard yards” in creating the blog and tweaking code etc. BTW That process is ongoing, so bear with us.

We still haven’t been able to retrieve the existing TA files from Mark Gallagher’s web host, but Mark tells me he hasn’t given up hope yet. If that proves impossible, we may be able to re-post at least some items from various other sources. I’m also intending to re-post some old (pre-TA) posts to give you something to read while Geoff and I (and maybe others) write new stuff.

Finally, for those who hated the recent black and grey template, I have a disappointment in store. I’ll be re-instating it as soon as I can find out how to access the default stylesheet templates in Scott’s MT Help pages.

About Ken Parish

Ken Parish is a legal academic, with research areas in public law (constitutional and administrative law), civil procedure and teaching & learning theory and practice. He has been a legal academic for almost 20 years. Before that he ran a legal practice in Darwin for 15 years and was a Member of the NT Legislative Assembly for almost 4 years in the early 1990s.
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Ken Parish
Ken Parish
2022 years ago

This is just a test to see if comments are working.

bargarz
2022 years ago

Welcome to the keyboard again Ken and Co.

Dave Ricardo
Dave Ricardo
2022 years ago

Ken
welcome back, you old bastard!

James Russell
2022 years ago

Yay for the return of the black and grey!

bailz
bailz
2022 years ago

Note to Scott: Remove the calendar dude. Nothing will bog down your server faster than that fucking calendar. If you need any template help, you know where I am dude.

Homer Paxton
Homer Paxton
2022 years ago

Good to see you back, lets hope there are no problems from now on.

cs
cs
2022 years ago

This rapid recovery spells out something authentically very supportive about this medium. I for one thought Troppo was well and truly out the window. Well done folks.

Scott Wickstein
2022 years ago

I know where Bailz is, alright. He’s at the uni bar trying to score…