Author Topic: Album art links in some discography pages broken; Mailbox full  (Read 88 times)

Mike Cross

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I've just been clicking on some of the album art images in the Discography pages, and found that some of the links don't work!

The links on these pages are OK: Man - Studio, Man - Live, Man - Compilations, Man - Video/DVD

The links on these pages don't work: Inspired By Man, Family & Friends

eg when I click on the first album image on the 'Family & Friends' page, I get: (see attached)

Also, I tried to send an email about this to Jules via the Comment link on the site, and it bounced with the message:

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A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of its
recipients. This is a permanent error. The following address(es) failed:

  manband@manband-archive.com
    host manband-archive.com [185.20.51.238]
    SMTP error from remote mail server after RCPT TO:<manband@manband-archive.com>:
    550 Mailbox is full / Blocks limit exceeded / Inode limit exceeded



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Re: Album art links in some discography pages broken; Mailbox full
« Reply #1 on: June 30, 2020, 06:58:51 PM »
Mike, thanks for the message. I'll check these issues out.
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Re: Album art links in some discography pages broken; Mailbox full
« Reply #2 on: June 30, 2020, 09:27:35 PM »
Mike. Both problems (email and discography links) now fixed.

I did also note that the Discography is short of a few of the more recent releases, notably Man's Anachronism Tango and EP, both Son Of Man albums and the latest Nektar release too.

I'll address those soon. If anyone wants to add anything else to the "To Do" list, feel free.
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Re: Album art links in some discography pages broken; Mailbox full
« Reply #3 on: July 01, 2020, 12:58:45 AM »
Mike. Both problems (email and discography links) now fixed.

I'll address those soon. If anyone wants to add anything else to the "To Do" list, feel free.

Great, Jules, thanks for fixing them so quickly  :)

You did ask....

On the 'Man - Live' discography page, 2 of the 2010(?) Dedicated to MJ releases aren't shown:

  • Live At Winterland, San Francisco 5th April 1975 (CD, A Protagonist Release, NOJONESNOMAN002)
  • Live at The Crazy Club, Bergisch Born, Germany 4th April 1993 (DVD, A Protagonist Release, NOJONESNOMAN003)

I can't recall what NOJONESNOMAN001 was, so I don't know if that's missing or not  :(

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Re: Album art links in some discography pages broken; Mailbox full
« Reply #4 on: July 02, 2020, 06:54:05 PM »
Thanks Mike. If the distributor would like to change the references to something less protagonistic, I'd be happy to include them. :-) As far as I can tell though, these aren't sanctioned releases.
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Re: Album art links in some discography pages broken; Mailbox full
« Reply #5 on: July 02, 2020, 11:54:17 PM »
Thanks Mike. If the distributor would like to change the references to something less protagonistic, I'd be happy to include them. :-) As far as I can tell though, these aren't sanctioned releases.

They, and 3 t-shirts and another DVD, were produced by Effigy Music.

They were 'official' enough at the time to be sold via a message on this forum: http://www.manband-archive.com/forum/index.php?topic=1106.msg40719#msg40719

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The 1993 DVD is amazing, they are all on top form but Micky.........................

Make me wanna knock it on the head  :'( :D ;D


PS I assume NOJONESNOMAN001 was the Man - Live at Leeds 2008 DVD. I don't have that one so I can't confirm it.