[ale] monitoring a web page

Robert Reese ale at sixit.com
Wed Mar 22 13:06:32 EST 2006

Hi Paul,

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On 3/22/2006 at 7:54 AM Paul Cartwright wrote:

>I have a need to monitor a web page, and all of the linux software I 
>have found has been ancient, non-supported, or I couldn't install it 
>( wrong java, no java...)
>anyone have something that works???
>and, if anyone is interested, what I'm looking for is when registration 
>opens up for this conference:
>absolutely nothing to do with computers:) 
>sometimes it is good to play in the dirt!

There's a heck of an easier way to do it without even getting your hands dirty.  Simply call (828) 227-7397 and ask for Hank Bruno (Conference Director) or Amy Bennet (Hospitality).  When you speak to them ask them to put you on the mail/email list, or even if someone could call you.  They'll be quite happy to do it for you.

Just to keep it on topic, make sure you do it over SIP/Asterisk.  ;c)

Robert Reese~

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