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I don't exactly have one to share, but I think it is worth noting that JSTOR has generously decided to expand their free access of articles to 100 articles per month or something insane along these lines. This seems to be in response to COVID-19. This is probably a good time to get in some additional reading.
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Looks like most resource other than guoxue.com could not survive the test of time...

EDIT: Rafe de Crespign's works can be found at https://openresearch-repository.anu.edu ... 3f3a72b2c2
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TigerTally wrote: Fri Jan 20, 2023 2:16 am Looks like most resource other than guoxue.com could not survive the test of time...
Yeah… :/

As I’ve been rummaging through code and resources on KMA—fixing bugs, rewriting code, queries—I’ve been checking references and links and finding very little has survived the test of time. For some time I guess KMA was just another source of so many dead links.

It is kind of sad. But I am imagining there are many new resources out there, too. It is nice to have already seen a number from members.
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James wrote: Fri Jan 20, 2023 2:22 am
TigerTally wrote: Fri Jan 20, 2023 2:16 am Looks like most resource other than guoxue.com could not survive the test of time...
Yeah… :/

As I’ve been rummaging through code and resources on KMA—fixing bugs, rewriting code, queries—I’ve been checking references and links and finding very little has survived the test of time. For some time I guess KMA was just another source of so many dead links.

It is kind of sad. But I am imagining there are many new resources out there, too. It is nice to have already seen a number from members.
This might actually be seen as an opportunity for KMA to host those lost resources, like how Threekingdoms.com has been hosting the Brewitt-Taylor translation of SGZZ along with Rafe de Crespigny's commentaries for years.
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TigerTally wrote: Fri Jan 20, 2023 2:32 am This might actually be seen as an opportunity for KMA to host those lost resources, like how Threekingdoms.com has been hosting the Brewitt-Taylor translation of SGZZ along with Rafe de Crespigny's commentaries for years.
I’m inclined to make a new project of the novel online. I think I mentioned somewhere (?) that I have already actually put together a largely functional online version of the novel which features integration with the officer encyclopedia, spurred by a period of time where threekingdoms.com went offline, but I never launched it because they came back online. I can see there are presently a couple options (a couple folks who have uploaded the old threekingdoms.com HTML files and a Wiki project), but I can think of some fun opportunities for incorporating the encyclopedia and presenting it in a way that focuses exclusively on the reading experience.
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James wrote: Tue Jan 24, 2023 9:27 pm
TigerTally wrote: Fri Jan 20, 2023 2:32 am This might actually be seen as an opportunity for KMA to host those lost resources, like how Threekingdoms.com has been hosting the Brewitt-Taylor translation of SGZZ along with Rafe de Crespigny's commentaries for years.
I’m inclined to make a new project of the novel online. I think I mentioned somewhere (?) that I have already actually put together a largely functional online version of the novel which features integration with the officer encyclopedia, spurred by a period of time where threekingdoms.com went offline, but I never launched it because they came back online. I can see there are presently a couple options (a couple folks who have uploaded the old threekingdoms.com HTML files and a Wiki project), but I can think of some fun opportunities for incorporating the encyclopedia and presenting it in a way that focuses exclusively on the reading experience.
https://www.the-scholars.com/viewtopic.php?p=540551

I remember that too and it was me who made the post :pika:
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