I was wondering if anyone had tried to access this lately - every time I trY the web site seems to be out of action, so was wondering if others have had the same problem or if anyone has an up to date link. thanks.
The site seems to have been replaced with something called ballroom-sequence.com, which appears to have zero content. What happened to the old site? I have several months of subscription left to run, so am not too happy at the discovery.
The domain expired on 3rd April but they are working on it.
I got this reply to my query "Unfortunately, our webprovider did not renew our domain name, as required by agreement. The original company I dealt with, has been on-sold many times, and I suppose noone in this company has a knowledge of their agreed obligations. Our site was on automatic renewal, but the new owners apparently didn't bother about that.
On Saturday, 4th April, someone successfully redirected all incoming traffic to their own site.
We have set up again on a brand new site."
The new domain is being setup at the moment and should be available in a couple of days at http://alanwright-ballroomdancing.co.nz/
(Jonathan, I don't know if I broke the rules in posting that address. If so, I am sorry, please delete it)
Unfortunately, the domain name expired through no fault of mine.
If anyone wishes to contact me email@example.com I can give them a temporary address for the Script Library. As soon as the new address percolates through the system, members will be notified. Again unfortunately, members change email adddress. Again, the given email address is incorrect. So, if I cannot contact members, I leave them to contact me.
It will take from 16 to 48 hours before you can access the Script Library at our new address http://alanwright-ballroomdancing.co.nz/.
In the interim, you can access the Script Library at: http://kiwiwebhost.intron.net.nz/~ballroom/.
It depends what you're looking for. I originally subscribed to Chritchurch as I thought it might be a useful resource of scripts for old dances still used for competitions and medallists. But, in general, it wasn't, and turned out to be more a library of popular social dances. But the quality is good, and it is a cheap way of getting scripts for the new prizewinning dances, which is is now my main reason for subscribing.
I recently found some more sequence script libraries (see links below), which again are not really what I am looking for but will have their uses. The first contains many older and more obscure dances, though many of the dances there seem more innovative and suitable for advanced dancers.
Another one I found has a small selection of popular dances.
Has anyone tried getting srcipts of the latest dances from Christchurch this week. They don't seem to be there for me and it now Wednesday. It might just be me because I know my subscription is due to run out around now, so was just wondering if anyone else had found an updated page with the latest dances on.
I recently found an australian site selling scripts at $3 (Australian or US I'm not sure), on a one by one basis, postage free to anywhere in Australia (though presumably not outside of it). The scripts available are the same as those in the Christchurch New Zealand Script Library.