April 11, 2008
Ringsurf has up and changed the way the rings work completely. There was no notification that it was going to happen, or any explanation of the changes, so please bear with me while I try to work it all out!
March 03, 2007
We've had a few applicants for online businesses. Please note that this is a webring for knitting blogs, not for commercial enterprises.
If you have a blog on your website that is regularly updated and meets the criteria for the webring, please put the ringcode on that page.
January 11, 2007
Just a note to let you all know a few things.
I do a full check of the webring once a month or so. When I do that check, if you haven't updated your blog in a while, or the code is missing from your page, I'll send you an email letting you know that I'm putting you back in the queue until you begin posting regularly again, or until you have fixed the code on your blog.
If your blog remains in the queue for a month, it will be deleted from the ring.
This also applies if you have applied to join the ring, but haven't put the code on yoru blog.
This is becoming necessary due to the larger number of blogs in both the ring and the queue. It isn't pleasant for anyone surfing the ring to keep coming up against dead links and old blog posts.
April 16, 2006
Well, the ring has been growing in leaps and bounds!
Welcome to all members. This page has been neglected for a while, and even got misplaced when we changed servers, but it's all up to date now. Feel free to use any of the images over in the sidebar. All the images are linked from flickr, so you don't have to save them to your own server.
If you are having trouble uploading the ring code to your blog, let me know and I'll do what I can to help.
Unfortunately, some blog providers just don't want to cooperate, and we haven't been able to figure out how to upload the code, but these are in the minority.
September 25, 2004
Hi everyone, and welcome to the Aussie and NZ Knitblogs webring :)
If you choose to join the ring, the Aussie flag button is the default, but if you are from New Zealand, please feel free to use that button instead.
Please download the button to your hard drive, instead of linking to this site. You must add the code to your page before I can approve your site, or Ringsurf will not let me add you as a member.
I will try to add any sites as soon as possible, and not leave anyone waiting in the queue.
- You must reside in Australia or New Zealand.
- Your blog must primarily be a knitblog. Some knitting or other fibre craft should be mentioned on a reasonably regular basis.
- The Ringcode must be prominently displayed on your blog page.
- You do not have to use the button, but if you do, please download the button rather than linking from this site.
- You must update your blog at regular intervals, at least once a fortnight.
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