The site is made in WordPress, and is meant for blogs. If you have a text and some photos you publish them as a post. Archives is searchable. The menu holdsthe mainpage, and assorted other; a gallery (so far only with some Elbing photos), a link to the Facebook group ‘I Can’t believe so many Culmsee’s exist’, a link to a WordPressbased Family Tree starting with Johann Thomas Joseph Culmsee, and a link to a Webtrees-based site holding basically the same info af the WordPress one. The last will probably be deleted.
A download page would be easy to maintain, where one could grab documents and books. Regarding the Family Tree, I have withheld info of living persons, and have stopped with JTJC as proband, followed by 4 generations of descendants. There is a lot of issues to be contemplated:
Does this kind of page work as a family repository?
Where should it be cut off generation-wise?
How do we protect the page, if at all? Passwords? Not having sensitive data? GDPR?
And basically, is this something people wants to support?
We can have the role of Editor for those who wants to publish stories, but the Gallery takes some working out.
Can’t wait for it to be ready and running !
Well, it IS ready and running – just sort of empty 🙂
first look … is the deepest 😉 in what will come of it ?! really, I like it very much in this kind of great introduction supposing what will come of it – and this it already is a huge work – seems to be the start of a great project: history of ancestors – the undiscovered country in details that individually nobody knows, no single member might imagine but all entry will increase in developing its dimensions and the possibilty to blossom out the unknown today’s facts of data 🙂 the intro site augurs fantasy of forthcoming more more more thank you, Poul
this is Axel from Western Forest (Germany, born at Celle)
Well done Poul!
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