Genealogy Update

Website Wonders

Topic: Woohoo for Progress! Website Wonders!
Family Name Associations: Everyone!
Location: Barrie, Ontario
Mood: Frigging super crazy excited!
WOW… What a day. Finally, FINALLY… We have skeletongen functioning to the point where it might, maybe actually sometime in the near future be possibly able to work. LOL
I know, I know… I need language lessons, but who put me in charge of the blog anyways? I think it was Mark, blame him.

So, basically, what we have, is a Keffer and Agner family tree. I know, two branches out of 100, Wha?! , but it’s better than a kick in the pants, right?
It’s not prefect by a long shot, but it’s seriously a million times better than it was. And because and TNG is functioning, we can therefore add it to the snowstones menu and have some sort of working link thing going.

Seriously, it sounds completely stupid but it’s very, very exciting. We’re actually about two steps closer to being public. Ooooo… Ahhhhh…. Seriously what are we going to do when we’re public? People will know how retarded we are verses just assuming we are because we have a front page that doesn’t lead anywhere. LOL
It’s exciting stuff, I tell you.

Tonight we’re going to have a group designing party with Mark, Jim and I… Just focusing on getting the bugs out, and getting the design for set in stone… Possibly trying to upload the McKenna tree just to see if we can… Oh and sorting out the ftp program we’re going to use, everyone’s going to need lessons (Ew) to figure that out.
All I can say is that we’re at about 49% right now. Okay, maybe 48, I know the graphics slacking is totally my fault. It isn’t online and public, but it’s a hell of a lot closer than it was.

Oooo! And then when the cemetery function is set up we can start uploading photos. That is huge, honestly I can’t wait to fill it up. This summer is going to awesome for being out there and getting stuff photographed and indexed too. Good times!

Okay, so, go team go!

Always one for making things pretty, Jenn is our resident artist. M├ętis, British Home Child Descendant, family historian and genealogist, she is always looking into some new branch of research and encourages historical preservation and education.

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