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The Longest Possible Day

I post here every day - or I try to at least. What is the longest possible gap between posts for me to leave, and still achieve that? Well - it's 48 hours and I'm very close to that today.

Not that it's been quiet - in fact I had my head down yesterday, taking a whole lot of pages that we transferred from the old server like the Open source Quiz pages and updating them to something more recent (quiz index, a quiz replacement page and some of the old questions), labelling images on pages for images searches at www.wwuu.co.uk, and loading Truetype fonts into our PHP installation, and enabling the necessary functions. This has allowed me - amongst other things to add dynamic wording on our First Great Western Train Running Diagram so that users of The Coffeeshop can see what's up at a glance, even on a day when there's a lot up. The we found that there were some sluggish responses from our server, which co-incidentally (?) always seem to come from at times when certain visitors are around. So they had to be looked into and dealt with on top of everything else, and as a matter of some priority.

Today has been "just" a Linux course - well, I say just a course but it's been fabulous fun as usual, and a great group of five, and it carries on tomorrow. Really rewarding course to give. Plus this, plus that, plus the other. But that's all lead to a gap that's going to be around 44 hours by the time I post his.

I was musing on the hotel side as to our longest gap between checkins. We have a lot of hotel guests from the USA, and they often arrive at Heathrow on morning flights before coming to Melksham, checking in to the hotel as early as 10 or 11 in the morning. If we know ahead of time, we're quite happy with this - especially at the start of the week, for a week's stay. And then at the end of the day, there are the people who spend a full day at home or work before travelling to their Melksham Hotel, perhaps not realising just how far it is for them - or guests who come in to Bristol Airport n the last flight from Dublin ... which then gets delayed. Again - we're quite open to this (we wouldn't be in the business if we weren't) but it can make for a mighty long day. Longest gap between checkins? On a Sunday - around 12 hours!
(written 2008-08-26, updated 2008-08-27)

 
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  [164] Well House Consultants - review of 2004 - (2004-12-31)
  [225] 10 years and counting - (2005-02-23)
  [295] Pricing strategy - simple and fair - (2005-04-29)
  [360] Spring turns to Summer - (2005-06-26)
  [419] Most popular courses - (2005-08-19)
  [428] Swindon - Chippenham - Melksham - Trowbridge - Westbury train service - (2005-08-29)
  [452] Is enough enough? - (2005-09-27)
  [464] Technical Loneliness - (2005-10-14)
  [549] 2005 - Come as a student, leave as a friend - (2005-12-31)
  [626] Not just a pretty face to answer the phone. - (2006-02-26)
  [695] In the hospitality business - (2006-04-23)
  [774] Bed and Breakfast, or Hotel? - (2006-06-22)
  [845] Course scheduling and Geekmas - are they traditions yet? - (2006-08-26)
  [890] Open - (2006-10-09)
  [898] Courses at Well House Manor - (2006-10-19)
  [929] Presenting Melksham - for a weekend away in Wiltshire - (2006-11-17)
  [1079] Wilts and Berks - two conference / training rooms in Melksham - (2007-02-14)
  [1161] A contrast in room rates and facilities - (2007-04-25)
  [1245] Ensuring that our tutor answers YOUR questions - (2007-06-25)
  [1317] 2008 course schedule - Perl, Python, PHP, Linux, Java Deployment, Ruby and more - (2007-08-23)
  [1319] Customer feedback - lifeblood of a business - (2007-08-25)
  [1414] What we teach - expained for the non-technical - (2007-10-28)
  [1481] The Christmas Letter - (2007-12-22)
  [1492] Well House Consultants Training and Hotel - 2008 news - (2008-01-01)
  [1555] Advanced Python, Perl, PHP and Tcl training courses / classes - (2008-02-25)
  [1615] PHP training courses every month - (2008-04-18)
  [1676] A warm welcome for visitors from the USA - (2008-06-14)
  [1748] Hotel room prices - Melksham, Wiltshire - (2008-08-11)
  [1857] November and December Public Course Schedule - (2008-10-27)
  [1859] Wiltshire at dawn - the tourist trail - (2008-10-29)
  [1929] 2009 - Hotel, Meeting, Training Course prices - (2008-12-07)
  [1955] How to avoid duplicating web page maintainance - (2008-12-20)
  [1975] Well House Manor Hotel - on plan for 2009 business guests - (2009-01-03)
  [2144] Looking for a career change - Physician to Web Site Designer - (2009-04-28)
  [2216] Past Delegate Offer - Summer Holiday / Weekend Break - (2009-06-03)
  [2228] Where do I start when writing a program? - (2009-06-11)
  [2326] Learn a new programming language this summer. - (2009-08-06)
  [2384] Looking ahead to the Autumn season of training and accommodation - (2009-08-28)
  [2483] Clustering on Tomcat - (2009-10-30)
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A161 - Web Application Deployment - Users and Groups
  [409] Functions and commands with dangerous names - (2005-08-11)
  [431] File permissions of Linux and Unix systems - (2005-08-31)
  [683] Supporting users on Linux and Unix - (2006-04-13)
  [1592] Setting up a new user - Linux or Unix - (2008-03-26)
  [1619] User and Group settings for Apache httpd web server - (2008-04-22)
  [1650] Looking for files with certain characteristics (Linux / Unix) - (2008-05-22)
  [1902] sstrwxrwxrwx - Unix and Linux file permissions - (2008-11-23)
  [1904] Ruby, Perl, Linux, MySQL - some training notes - (2008-11-23)
  [2103] Ask the Tutor - Open Source forum - (2009-03-25)
  [2117] Choosing a railway station fairly in PHP - (2009-04-04)
  [2203] Always use su with minus. And where do programs come from? - (2009-05-27)
  [2301] Mistaken identity? - (2009-07-22)
  [2491] Root is root for a reason! - (2009-11-03)
  [2639] su or su - ... what is the difference? - (2010-02-17)
  [4045] Linux Web Server - User Roles, User Accounts, and shared administration - (2013-03-16)


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