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Log:

  • 1/15/2021 - We had a convenient text box for messages but received so much spam we had to abandon it. Only email is available now but if anyone can recommend a good message box that's reasonably spam free then please let us know!
  • 1/20/2021 - We still receive robotic requests for links to be placed on archived pages that are no longer being updated. Obviously no human has taken this on board by glancing at our front page or elsewhere. These emails can even praise the content of pages deleted months ago!

  • 2/12/2021 - Preparations for publishing our first contributed article are well underway. The hope is that other contributions will appear too. iBerry has always been able to make modest grants available every year for various projects and 2021 will be no exception. We can certainly make modest payments for publishable material. Anyone interested should contact us, preferably with a brief summary of the intended contribution.

  • 3/1/2021 - Now that our first contributed article Climate Change Education in Cameroon by Tamo Stephane is up, thoughts turn to further website development. We need a mission statement and also first steps towards a directory with links to a diversity of good climate change sites that focus on clear presentation and discussion, particulary those aimed at the non-expert.

  • 3/28/2021 - The iBerry hub, where over 30 blogs are now scanned daily by our 'Collector' program, is one of the most popular pages but the page length keeps growing and growing as the number of blogs increases! The length is already limited by displaying only 3 of the 7 days output in full but there are other options - eg displaying only 2 days in full, limiting the number of displays per blog on the same day, having the Twitter lists on a different page etc etc? Any opinions? - contact iBerry.
  • 4/4/2021 - OK we have simply moved away the Twitter lists from the hub page to make room for 2 columns of blog entries. A further step forward is that Google's excellent language translation facility is now included so that all text on the page can be translated to one of around 100 different languages! We are finding that many of iBerry's visitors are from non-English speaking countries and are always glad to hear from them.