Date Sent: June 06, 2008
Subject: PHP, anyone?
From: John Bondon
Sorry for the tardiness of these emails lately but it's been a hectic past couple of months!
Do you PHP?
Calling all PHP experts! I'm looking for a little help from anyone familar with PHP. The new web based discussion system that I mentioned last time is built on PHP. A language I am totally new to. It doesn't appear to be a difficult language to learn, and the piece I am looking to implement to get it to work in conjunction with the existing web site is not hard either, but being totally new to all this, and given the limited time I have to actually devote to all this, let's just say help from someone more familar with it would be most helpful! So if you know how to code in PHP, even if only the basics, and you've got a few minutes to spare, please give me shout! :) Even if you're new to it, too, I'm sure you still know way more than I do and can help me out. :)
Reports From The Field ... err, I mean Trails!
Okay on to hiking news from past hikes. Diane reports of her hike at Kings Canyon in Moraga a couple of weeks ago:
And now a preview of our upcoming hikes, by the hike leader(s):
Evan says of the upcoming Iron Horse Trail - Alamo to Danville (Paved) hike on Saturday, June 7 at 11:00 AM: "Let's try something different this weekend! Instead of the usual wilderness park, we will hike 2.75 miles from Alamo to the Danville Farmers' Market on the Iron Horse Trail. After we load up on fresh fruits and vegetables, we will eat together at the benches across the street from the market by the Iron Horse Trail. This hike is on a paved bike path and will take approximately two to three hours depending on the group. It should be warm so bring a hat for the sun, sunblock, 1 liter of water and room to carry back fresh fruits and vegetables. This is not a dog friendly hike. ".
Andrew says of the upcoming Grand Loop on Diablo hike on Sunday, June 8 at 9:00 AM: "This is a fantastic picture taking hike. Great views. Bring your camera and send me your best picture.".
You'll find more details about each of these upcoming hikes, including starting time and directions to the trailhead, posted on the East Bay Casual Hiking website. In the event of rain, please check with the hike leader as to whether the hike will proceed as planned.
Happy Trails! :)
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