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AIS Website: We've moved!

  • Subject: AIS Website: We've moved!
  • From: zebra@chcs.com
  • Date: Wed, 17 Feb 1999 14:31:08 -0800

From: zebra@chcs.com

From: Scott Aitken <zebra@chcs.com>

Hi all,

The AIS Website has a new domain name and web address. The old site will
remain active for a week or so, then change to refer to the new site.

The new site can be found at: http://www.irises.org

If you have a garden web page, or whatever, and you have a link to the AIS
Website, please update it with the new URL.

It has been tested by a few people, but if you find anything that doesn't
work, please let me know (privately).

I have updated the new site (the old site is active, but I am not updating
it). There are several new links, plus a number of more administrative

Scott Aitken
Official AIS Web Site:  http://www.irises.org

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