The Story of Leodis

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uncle mick
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The Story of Leodis

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Thanks for that link. It's the sort of thing I don't see if somebody else doesn't post it. Great stuff.

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Thanks for the link Uncle Mick.
I could have participated in the questionnaire about former residents of Harehills if I'd known about it earlier. It was dated 2018.
I expect she has completed her PhD by now.
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For the more technical side of things there's http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue/27/leodis/. Leodis is extremely valuable but it looks pretty dated now. It would be good to bring it up to date but I have a feeling the funding isn't there.

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Look pretty dated? That's one opinion I suppose.

As long as they don't slow the site down they can leave it as it is for me as it is amongst the fastest sites I know for access/page loading etc. As long as it performs its function why alter for alterations sake, as sites tend to mess up ever so slightly when that happens I find. ;)

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