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Well that was fun! ok maybe fun is not the right word, but it was certainly entertaining. As mentioned in previous posts, I have been working to upgrade the site to the newest edition of the Content Management System or 'software' that runs the site. I took a major leap forward over the holidays and while it got a bit bumpy in a couple of places it looks like all will be fine! The site is live again and you should be able to log in with the same username and password you used previously. As of this moment, there are still quite a few collections that require 'assimilation back into collective',

Happy New Year! As we move into the new year it provides an opportunity to look back at the previous year and take stock in our accomplishments. My hope is that as you look back you are satisfied with what you see. There is talk by some that 2012 is our last year together due to the upcoming apocalyptic ending on its way. While I enjoyed the movie, I am really hopeful that the ending is not that close as I still have way too many items on my Honey Do list! If you are interested in a more Genealogical year-end wrap up I would suggest that you visit http://www.tamurajones.net/MostPopularArticlesOf2011.xhtml While I don't always agree with Tamura's opinion, I have to admit that at least she always DOES have an opinion.

The Caperton Society Website is based on the Joomla! Content Management System. I have been working with Joomla! for a number of years and have grown to really like Joomla! Additionally, my sponsor White Rose Web Design, uses Joomla! for virtually all of their websites so there is a built in support system when I need help! The version I am currently using (1.5) will reach End Of Life in April of 2012. The new version (2.5) is significantly different and does not use the same components I have built the site up with over the years.