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*July 14, 2009: The Math Department newletter is talking about us (see p. 14 of this [http://www.math.purdue.edu/about/purview/summer2009.pdf newsletter]). To see the Rhea page about Leibniz's slowly converging series that is mentioned in the article, click [[ChallengeProblem_MA181Fall2008bell|here]].
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*July 14, 2009: The Math Department newsletter is talking about us (see p. 14 of this [http://www.math.purdue.edu/about/purview/summer2009.pdf newsletter]). To see the Rhea page about Leibniz's slowly converging series that is mentioned in the article, click [[ChallengeProblem_MA181Fall2008bell|here]].
  
 
* May, 2009: Zach finished the transfer of the remaining pages from the Old Kiwi as an exercise in learning Rhea for future work. The courses transferred include [[ECE662:BoutinSpring08_OldKiwi| ECE662 Spring 2008,]], [[ECE637:BoumanSpring08_OldKiwi| ECE637 Spring 2008]], and [[MA544:MA544_OldKiwi| MA544 Summer 2008 study group]].
 
* May, 2009: Zach finished the transfer of the remaining pages from the Old Kiwi as an exercise in learning Rhea for future work. The courses transferred include [[ECE662:BoutinSpring08_OldKiwi| ECE662 Spring 2008,]], [[ECE637:BoumanSpring08_OldKiwi| ECE637 Spring 2008]], and [[MA544:MA544_OldKiwi| MA544 Summer 2008 study group]].

Revision as of 13:46, 14 July 2009

  • July 14, 2009: The Math Department newsletter is talking about us (see p. 14 of this newsletter). To see the Rhea page about Leibniz's slowly converging series that is mentioned in the article, click here.
  • April 1, 2009: Rhea is now Internet Explorer 6 compatible, thanks to student volunteer Chris Humbert. A big thank you Chris!
  • February 23, 2009: Rhea has had more then 50,000 page views since the beginning of the Semester (January 12, 2009).
  • February 19, 2009: Check out the new Help Page with screen shots created by Nate Orlow.
  • Setting up the Rhea Development Lab (MSEE393), February 2009.
    February 18, 2009: The Rhea Development Lab (MSEE393) is now open! The walls have been painted and we have received three new iMacs thanks to the Motorola Foundation Grant. (See the picture on the right. ) We are currently working on upgrading the furniture and decorating the space. And we have a brand new coffee machine!
  • January 29, 2009: Thanks to the effort of Deen King-Smith, we now have the URL www.purdue.edu/rhea.
  • January 12, 2009: Stephen Rudolph just installed a syntax highlighting extension. It's a great tool to display code and supports just about any language, including C and MATLAB. You can see an example here.
  • January 12, 2009: The "recent changes by category" function has been enabled. You can use it to list the changes that relate to a specific course. Here is how.
  • January 12, 2009: The new design has been deployed. A big thank you to Dennis Snell, Mike Walker, Ben Brame and the rest of the development team! We are now using Purdue colors to emphasize the fact that this is a purdue-wide resource.
  • January 12, 2009: The content from the different databases used last semester has been merged into a single database for easier browsing and better scalability. Thanks to Ben Brame for writing the scripts and taking care of the merge!
  • November 6, 2008: Dennis Snell and Mike Walker created a new skin with Purdue's color scheme. It's been deployed on Prof. Boutin's ECE301 wiki and Prof. Bell's MA181 wiki. Your comments are welcome!
  • October 17, 2008: Our front page has been viewed more than 3,000 times.
  • October 10, 2008: If you google for "Purdue Rhea", our site is now the first item on the list. Yeah!!
  • August 2008: Because of a name conflict, we have to rename Kiwi. Beginning this Semester, this site is going to be called "Rhea".

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