Coach North Melbourne Football Department Thread

Sillygit

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Telstra has owned the rights since 2001, all previous iterations of the site were created and run by them


All this information is right here on the internet, verifiable and easy to locate.
Doesn't suit the outrage narrative, though.
 

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Tectonic

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Then the club dropped the ball by not bringing it to their attention, Mr apologist.

You had no point from the outset, and despite your persistence, you still have no point.
I have been provided you with the the reason the club website is different this year, (all the club websites are in an identical position wrt content and appearance) the location of a feedback form, where to find the content for future reference and refrained from personal abuse.

I am not an apologist for incompetence, I'm disappointed in the site too and would prefer that the content was still there, but it's not something that can be blamed on the club as they aren't responsible for it.
 

Grogg

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I genuinely spent months putting together the jumper, trade, draft, player and tribunal history too. Now all gone :(
I posted a link above to the way back machine which has the entire nmfc website catalogued as it was in March 2019, so thankfully the pages are still there.
Still there lads.

Great work btw, Tectonic, two thumbs mate :thumbsu: :thumbsu:

I'll get something up on the History thread if it hasn't already been done.

 

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Rick18

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Why did they remove it Rick?
Not sure to be honest, if I had to guess it'd either be a time issue copying the pages across to the new system or the decision was made that the pages weren't getting enough traffic to justify keeping them up. Even though they were more set up to use with the intention of using it internally to keep across milestones, club history and that type of thing.

Example: There was a situation where Anthony Stevens did a number history type of thing where each player had to pick one guy who'd worn their number previously and read up on him. Atley to read about 18s, Tarrant about 25s, etc. So naturally he directed the players to the number history pages on the site.

Did you back it up anywhere?
Is it salvageable? Get it up on your own site.
If the correct copying process was followed for the new website all the info, inconsistencies, etc *should* be somewhere on the internal club servers. Although as the Tectonic archive link showed, it doesn't appear to have been updated, publicly at least, since I finished up. I'll probably wait a bit to see if it goes up on the site eventually and then go from there.
 

Tectonic

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Not sure to be honest, if I had to guess it'd either be a time issue copying the pages across to the new system or the decision was made that the pages weren't getting enough traffic to justify keeping them up. Even though they were more set up to use with the intention of using it internally to keep across milestones, club history and that type of thing.

Example: There was a situation where Anthony Stevens did a number history type of thing where each player had to pick one guy who'd worn their number previously and read up on him. Atley to read about 18s, Tarrant about 25s, etc. So naturally he directed the players to the number history pages on the site.




If the correct copying process was followed for the new website all the info, inconsistencies, etc *should* be somewhere on the internal club servers. Although as the Tectonic archive link showed, it doesn't appear to have been updated, publicly at least, since I finished up. I'll probably wait a bit to see if it goes up on the site eventually and then go from there.
I'd assume traffic was the reason also.. the websites for every club look rather vanilla and same-y after the most recent changes.
 

tazaa

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Not sure to be honest, if I had to guess it'd either be a time issue copying the pages across to the new system or the decision was made that the pages weren't getting enough traffic to justify keeping them up. Even though they were more set up to use with the intention of using it internally to keep across milestones, club history and that type of thing.

Example: There was a situation where Anthony Stevens did a number history type of thing where each player had to pick one guy who'd worn their number previously and read up on him. Atley to read about 18s, Tarrant about 25s, etc. So naturally he directed the players to the number history pages on the site.




If the correct copying process was followed for the new website all the info, inconsistencies, etc *should* be somewhere on the internal club servers. Although as the Tectonic archive link showed, it doesn't appear to have been updated, publicly at least, since I finished up. I'll probably wait a bit to see if it goes up on the site eventually and then go from there.
No Bull can you have a look into this for Rick?
Paul Crapper maybe you can pass a mention as it’s important content to feature on our new website
 

the Ziebull

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David loader was the other that survived the cull which was baffling after our vfl results for two years

get me someone that has been an assistant coach at an AFL club replacing him
 

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