TheBoardlady Site is gone. Anybody archive all of her fantastic information?
Dear Eva, where did you go?
Looking on the Wayback Machine, it does look like one of the last updates indicates her saying goodbye.
The link below seems to have pages working. Some of the later snapshots do not have working links.https://web.archive.org/web/20170916192843/http://boardlady.com/
Be safe, have fun. -J
That is a shame, but I guess it cost money to keep the site alive and I Eva was not making anything off it , say la vie .
That's a real shame.
Just out of curiosity, what does it cost to keep a website along the line of the board lady's operating? Anyone know?
I'd spring a few bucks to a go-fund-me site or something if that could keep it online. That's a major loss of knowledge and experience that she shared generously. Eva is awesome.
It's about 9.99/year for the domain name and 14.95/month for the hosting.
Standup paddleboarding is sweeping the lineup.
Give me some time and I'll start hosting the pages extracted from the internet archive.
I can host them on my finfoil server.
finFoil: free fin designing software
Hans, that would be an awesome resource to have remain online.
I posted the Wayback Machine info on another forum where they are familiar with her, and someone had a chance to visit with Eva over the winter and posted some pics.
UPDATE: Eva was not happy with me hosting the pages, so I took them offline.
I've hosted a full dump of the web archive here:
Unfortunately the "For my customers" section does not contain images for job 5810 and older: http://www.boardlady.org/5810.htm
I will try to get in touch with Eva to have the domain name pointing to my server and try to get hold of the missing pics.
Any help here would be appreciated.