There is still a lot I need to do in terms of problem set creation
before I can present an effective demonstration of WebWork to Rochester
area high schools. Right now, I am concentrating on tools and
techniques to help me run WebWork on the internet from my home office
LAN (running Win2k and RHL 7.3).
Would some of you take a few minutes and help me test my current setup? I wrote a Perl script to
1)dynamically figure out my IP address when I connect to the www
2)edit an html file to contain an up-to-date link using that IP
3)ftp that html page to my web site
It can be tested by going to http://www.richardwoodward.com.
Click on the item near the top of the page "Homework Demo" and then
selecting a problem set (or two or three) to see if the mechanics all
work OK. I think everything is all right, but it would help me a lot to
hear that report from other WebWorkers. Of course, I want to hear about
Note: When I am ready to go off the air I'll run another Perl script
which produces a message about the WebWork Demo being unavailable. So
whenever you click on "Homework Demo" you should get something
meaningful (unless I crashed <grin>).
Please try connecting to my server via the address http:
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