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19 Oct 2018 21:06
Development of the SBR Clubs website is still waiting on HOA/RCI decisions 
I continue to be stalled on advancing the Clubs website, waiting for decisions about the desired direction of clubs at SBR and implications about the Clubs website. I have three proposals to Tim and Jack on the table. One of them is what you see here, but I stopped work on it a few months ago. I proposed and demonstrated a more streamlined version of this also.

05 Sep 2018 12:58
Labor Day 2018 Server Outage 
Between the evening of Labor Day 2018 and the following morning, the server on which the SBRTA site runs suffered an outage. During an attempt to upgrade the server to include so-called SSL security following procedures that are well documented by the hosting service (Linode), the server mysteriously went down denying all access to SBR websites (and others).

Recovery from such problems is normally trivial: backup to the most recent backup copy of the complete server. In this case, the last backup was only a few hours prior to the outage event. Backing up server software is a service provided by the hosting company, with backups being performed daily and weekly.

However, in the process of attempting that recovery, it was discovered that the most recent backup copy, and a few others preceding that one, were corrupted. The most recent backup turned out to be the last weekly update. Technical staff are so far unable to state what caused the corruption; they are analyzing the event. (There have been a number of times that backups were successfully and smoothly used to restore the state of the server.)

Use of that weekly backup proved successful such that early in the morning following Labor Day, the server and all websites were up and running. However, because of the time span between that weekly backup and the outage, recent updates by users of the site were unrecoverable. At that point, I went about manually adding those updates back into the sites based on email and other notes I had. With minor omissions, that was successful. It was also necessary to remove sign-ups for tennis sessions that pertained to days prior to the outage and therefore were no longer relevant; those were deleted.

Details about the SSL security upgrade

Regarding the security updates, there is a widespread movement to include SSL ("Secure Sockets Layer", a protocol security measure) on all servers. The effect of SSL is to encrypt all information transfers between servers and clients (e.g., your computer browser). Browsers are beginning to display a warning that the server is not secure. Approximately 35% of servers now include SSL.

In the case of all SBR websites, no commerce is performed that would involve the transfer of sensitive information such as credit card numbers. Also, by using the proper protocol for transfer of information to servers, there are two methods, one which displays the information in the URL, and one that does not. The latter is used for SBR sites (and all sites I develop). Therefore, the risk is minimized that sophisticated methods could be employed to capture a password. Should that password be captured by nefarious persons, they might be able to use it in combination with userIDs to break into other websites SBRTA members access. The common and well-known defense is to not re-use passwords for multiple sites.

Nevertheless, the goal remains to install SSL on our Linode server. I will not do that until senior Linode technical personal can provide information as to the cause of backup file corruption and provide assurance that SSL can be installed using their procedures. In the meantime, if you are concerned that someone might fake your identity and sign you up for a session or access your profile, you are advised to use a password that is unique to your SBRTA account and change it frequently (e.g., four times a year).

Backup measure employed

FYI, all SBRTA software (as opposed to server software) is continuously maintained on four independent servers/computers with one being protected against single failures (RAID storage).

05 Sep 2018 07:28
The problem with "mass" emailing, and a preview of using feeds 
What’s the problem with placing large email lists on the To: line of your email versus the Bcc: line? Here's what one informed person says about this:

All it takes is one person's computer to be infected with virus/malware and everyone is now harvested. That's what the Bcc: is for!

You should not use mass emailings in this manner. If you receive such an email showing everyone's email address in plain view, remind the sender to use the Bcc: line. Do not risk your email address being harvested by spammers/scammers.

Alternatives to email blasts using feeds will be offered in the SBR Clubs 2.0 system (and in fact are being used by some clubs already). Stay tuned.

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08 Aug 2018 10:57
MyGrove has officially changed their name to "GroupWorks". 
Please use "GroupWorks" in all ongoing reference to this application.

30 Jul 2018 21:01
Status of SBR Clubs website development 
We've entered into a circling pattern to give RCI (Robson Communities Inc) time to review and comment on the evolving SBR Clubs website. It makes sense that they care a lot about the design, because this site effectively represents RCI to the public. They also care about the design eliminating a webmaster (me) once completed due to the fact that the information that the HOA and the club officials enter (using simple forms) completely drive site operation. We are in agreement to slow down implementation while they look it over.

In the meantime, each club should be thinking over how they want their club represented and what features they will need. In particular, it will serve clubs well to not require their own website by using the widgets that are being provided. Write down your ideas; we'll get together as you wish to work out details once we stoke up the fire again.

What kind of features do widgets provide? Club description that's text-editable whenever the club wishes, email contact to club officials, document storage and access ("ClubCloud"), email-eliminating chat plus calendar/to-do list/membership list/dues payment tool provided by GroupWorks, video/video channel (via YouTube and Vimeo), photo libraries (via Flickr, perhaps others), news feed with notifications, event feed with notifications, and a simple sign-up app ( that optionally resets on a weekly basis for your one-off or recurring events ... and perhaps you have recommendations for more. By the way, all free.

What are you missing that would require a website for your club?

27 Jul 2018 09:04
MyGrove changing name to GroupWorks 
This, from MyGrove:

...some exciting MyGrove news: We are changing our name to GroupWorks! In the coming weeks, when you log into MyGrove, you will be automatically redirected to the login screen. Your username and password will be the same, so the transition will be seamless for you. What will change? Our name, logo and colors. Everything else you’ve come to know and love -- the functionality of our platform -- will remain the same.

01 Jun 2018 21:15
Implentation Plan for Adding Clubs and Club Information Onto the SBR Clubs Site 
Before the information for clubs now in SBR Clubs 2.0 can be expanded and widgets can be put to work, as well as before clubs not yet in the system can be added, the "method" for club COs to enter the information must first be developed and tested. Club COs are responsible for the content itself and for entering it onto the site. It will be simple, based on forms.

That having been said, two new clubs (Illinois and Woodworkers) will be added early on as part of the development process. Please be patient as this new SBR Clubs 2.0 website comes together.

This is a good time for all clubs to determine what they want for the content to appear on SBR Clubs, and determine how certain widgets might be beneficial for their clubs. There are quite a few choices. I (Ken Gorman) am available for consultation on those matters.

28 May 2018 20:52
INTRODUCING "QUICK PICK" -- Short-Cut Access for Frequent Users 
Prior to this change, one method was provided for finding a club of interest. That method was to select a section of clubs based on the Club Category. Typically the category is obvious, but there can be cases not so obvious. For example, a person's hobby can be to produce works of art. Do you look into "Hobbies" or "Art & Technology"? This method works well for people who are not yet familiar with the clubs at SBR. But for frequent users, the extra navigation can be an inconvenience if not outright irritating.

What's being introduced now is a "Quick Pick" method that offers a shortcut for those who are familiar with the clubs, especially the handful of clubs that the participate in. With this method, the club graphical icons are immediately presented to the site visitor (always in alphabetical order of club name). Just clicking an icon will open the SBR Clubs listing for that club. Repeated selections of icons will repeatedly show the listing for the seletion.

22 May 2018 13:24
SBR Clubs 2.0 v1 Now Released 
SBR Clubs 2.0 is now the new landing page for all HOA Clubs/Groups/Activities (which we refer to generically as clubs).

This is version 1 that supports all the existing clubs as presented on the previous "tile" version of the site. This new site is more like a directory with features attached to listings in the directory as chosen (or will be chosen) by club leaders appropriate to their needs.

Please report any issues to Ken Gorman by going to the Contact page (use the "More" drop down list to select "Contact Webmaster".

20 May 2018 13:39
UPDATE: Widget Samples On Display for Your Consideration in Planning Your Club Presentation 
As of this writing, you will find a number of widgets being used for display and function purposes only. (I may fiddle with graphics or sequencing widgets, whatever.) Additional widgets are being considered. The purpose of showing these now is to help you plan your club's presentation on the SBR Clubs website. (Before I start, remember, the link to the SBR Clubs 2.0 site under development is .)

1. Every club listing now includes a mail icon that when clicked opens an email form for mail to be sent to the person associated with the icon. These are fully functional. Most clubs only have a specified chief officer, so only one widget is used.

2. Check out the Tennis Association in the Sports Section. A series of icons are presented, most of which are functional using real material of the club, not faked. Try them all to get the idea of how they will work. At the moment, this is implemented only for the Tennis club, but generalizing the implementation to work for all clubs has begun. (You also see three mail icons for this club, as chief officer, admin assistant and contact have all been specified.)

Here is a sample of the widgets as presented for the Tennis Association:

From left to right, here's what they mean:
- Photography; this widget is for opening the club's photo gallery.
- Video; for opening a YouTube or Vimeo video, or a YouTue Channel
- RSS Feed, News; for presenting a club News feed. (Notice the "N" in the icon.)
- RSS Feed, Events; for presenting the club Events feed. (Notice then "E".) Future and past events are presented.
- RSS Feed, Meetings; for presenting the club Meetings feed ("M"), Future and past meetings are presented.
- MyGrove; offering club communications and file sharing. (INACTIVE)
- DropBox; for accessing files (of virtually any type) from the DropBox cloud. (INACTIVE)
- Facebook and Twitter: for going to club page or feed, should they have accounts. (INACTIVE)
These tools provide a variety of ways to communicate using text, photos and videos, plus share files of all types. Other widgets are planned; recommendations will be considered.

18 May 2018 07:16
What are Widgets? They are very task specific tools that provide important services generally common to all clubs. An obvious example is a Mail Form. Click the name of a representative of the club to open an email widget. Simply enter basic info, like who you are, your email address, and your message, and click "send", and the mail is delivered to the chief official of the club.

Actually there will be three email choices for email delivery; you can also send your email to the assisant administrator and to the secretary/treasurer. Who determines who those people are? The club leadership (e.g., the board of directors if the club has one). What if those actual positions don't exist? The club can decide to omit them, in which case the corresponding widget will not be displayed, or simply designate someone in the club who is willing to help out. It's all determined by information the club enters into the club profile.

Most widgets will be accessed by clicking small icon (kinda like the facebook "f" icon) to start the task. None re currently shown as they are in development.

Other examples of widgets include accessing a shared folder/file on a cloud server (e.g., dropbox), accusing a YouTube or Vimeo video, or video channel, accessing a photo sharing site like Flickr, perhaps uploading a document (tbd), going to the club's Twitter or Facebook account (if they have them). Simply click the widget icon, and off you go to that "micro task".

Where will these widget icons be found? Lined up in a row below the club description.

By taking advantage of these widgets, and by uploading a document to the SBR Clubs website to serve as the club's main informational document, it's possible that many clubs will not even need a website. It's all decided by the club, and decisions are implemented by entering appropriate information into the club's profile. No coding, no debugging. The information can be changed anytime, and it takes effect once the profile is submitted.

15 May 2018 07:37
SBR Clubs 2.0 Update, May 15, 2018: All clubs sites are "in place" 
At this time, all clubs known to me are included on the new pre-released SBR Clubs 2.0 site. This includes sites from the current site, clubs registered with the HOA, and a few sites that are expected to be registered with the HOA very soon. If not registered at the time of release, those sites will be automatically disabled from appearing.

The sites that are not currently registered are indicated by "Coming Soon" immediately preceeding the club name. Clubs with a maroon square in place of a graphic simply indicates one does not yet exist for that club yet. I will be implementing a feature wherein the club owner or delegate can upload the graphic. The website will automatically re-size it. Instrutions will be available when the feature is ready.

When will I cutover to SBR Clubs 2.0? Probably next week, giving those who currently have a presence on the current site a chance to check over their new listing. We need to make sure persons referenced as contacts (CO: chief officer, AA: admin assistant, ST: secretary/treasurer) are included and are correct -- assuming the club has AA and ST positions. The CO position is required for all clubs to be listed on the site.

-- Ken Gorman

09 May 2018 21:19
The recently announced SBR Clubs redesign -- SBR Clubs 2.0 -- is well underway, with Phase 1 completed today. All clubs/groups/activities (collectively referred to as "clubs") that are present on the current SBR Clubs website are up and running on SBR Clubs 2.0 (aka "Clubs").

All other clubs "recognized" by the SBR HOA are also represented on Clubs but are incomplete, and are marked "Coming Soon". And there are a few clubs included that are not yet even known to the HOA as they are so new. Phase 2 is all about completing the work to get those clubs properly included. And Phase 3 is about getting service "widgets" installed; more about that below.

Club officials need to review what's presented on the Clubs website ASAP and provide feedback to the Clubs webmaster (Ken Gorman) with corrections and additions. And to get their club formed with the HOA. The work includes the (1) club chief officer (CO) meeting with the HOA Admin (Dani Herbert) to review plans, to set up the club using a minimal set of information provided by the club, to receive a password provided by the HOA Admin, and to make sure any paperwork required by the HOA is completed, and (2) using the provided password, a person designated by the CO entering more detailed information about the club. The SBR Clubs Webmaster is available throughout this process to facilitate the process.

With this re-design, clubs will be free to choose how they want their club represented without dependency on the Clubs Webmaster. Regarding individual club websites, those that already have a website can continue to use it without any changed being required, and will continue to received support of the Clubs Webmaster per commitments.. Or clubs may prefer to develop a website on their own. Some options are extremely simple and although restricted in terms of features. At the other end of the spectrum, clubs can have strongly featured and glamorous websites. In a follow-on posting here, some example alternatives will be described.

(Some clubs have already begun to use MyGrove as the basis for their website. Unfortunately, absolutely no one can view MyGrove-based clubs aka groups without first joining the club. As that is contrary to the interest of the SBR Clubs and HOA (the general public and of course SBR residents need to able to browse club offerings without first joining the club), MyGrove-based sites will be treated as private-access only for the enjoyment of members and accessed using a "special service" widget, such that the club will be required to have a public-accessible descriptive website or online document referenced by the Club Name link.)

Finally, many clubs may discover, based on the built-in services of the Clubs page, that a website is not even needed. The Clubs website has integrated in the ability to describe your club, to include contacting the club using built-in email forms, to connect to online documents, to access photo galleries, to access videos and video channels -- in short, cover all the needs of some 80% of the clubs. The widgets for those services are not yet included.

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04 Feb 2018 08:21
Club Representation in this Clubs Website, the "Home of SaddleBrooke Ranch Clubs" 
Is your club represented on this Clubs Website? If not, the community may not know your club exists! Remember, the HOA website connects to this website for all-things clubs (notice the "Clubs" tab in the menu bar.) Click here for additional information plus a form to contact Ken Gorman for adding your club. Whether you want a minimal statement of your club or have special needs like a directory and a membership tool, your club will benefit because of the eyeballs coming to your site.

Also, those clubs that are represented here can having postings on this feed about topics of general interest to the whole community -- like festivals, exhibitions, auctions. If you are working to expand your membership, this additional (free) exposure can pay dividends.

21 Nov 2016 17:04
The Artist Showcase now has 27 artists represented 
See the amazing variety of terrific art by SBR residents. More have been added since the 2015 Art Walk. Are you an artist and would like to he showcased on the Artist Showcase -- for free? Click "I need information" and learn all about it.

21 Nov 2016 16:59
This Clubs website is now known as: The Home Of Saddlebrooke Ranch Clubs. 
Do you have a club that you'd like represented on the site -- for free? Go to The Home of SaddleBrooke Ranch Clubs and open the "Add You Club or Community Activity" drop down.

21 Nov 2016 16:55
"We Be Beaders" is the latest addition to the clubs lineup at The Home Of SaddleBrooke Ranch Clubs. 
We Be Beaders is also known as the SaddleBrooke Ranch Beading Club. Membership is open to all SaddleBrookeRanch residents.

26 Jul 2016 13:35
Introducing PetWise! 
Communicating All-Things Pets With The SaddleBrooke Ranch Community

01 Jul 2016 14:42
Vroom! Ranch Riders Motorcycle Club in high gear 
The Ranch Riders club is rev'ing up and gaining traction. Interested in riding with members to interesting places? Check out the club site and contact them about membership.

07 Jan 2016 18:50
NEW: SBR Women's Club (replaces the Birthday Club) 
The Women's Club is an expansion and replacement of the previous Birthday Lunch Club.

07 Jan 2016 18:46
Photos of 2015 Steiness Tennis Festival now posted on Tennis website 
Go to the Tennis website, click the "More" button, then click the Photo/Video button and select the "Second Annual Steins Tennis Festival 2015".

09 Oct 2015 01:45
Horseback Riding Club's 4th annual Chuck Wagon Dinner at Tanque Verde Ranch 
A one hour horseback, or a short wagon ride, are offered followed by a delicious dinner buffet and dessert around the campfire. There is a cowboy singing during dinner, line dancing after dinner, and an open bar. There is also an option for the dinner buffet only.
Click item title for more information about this Horseback Riding Club event.

19 Sep 2015 16:59
Billiards Club now represented on Clubs website 
Description of the club to be added, but you can use the email form to contact the club leader.

21 Jan 2015 23:21
Found a bug? Have a question or suggestion? Contact Webmaster! 
If anything appears to be a bug or something seems wrong or confusing, or if you have a suggestion for improving the site, contact the webmaster. To do so, click the "Contact Webmaster" menu item in the purple column on the left side of any page.

03 Jan 2015 06:21
Artist Showcase now presenting 20 terrific artists and their art samples! Are you an SBR artist? 
Twenty artists now have images of samples of their terrific work presented on the Artist Showcase. We look forward to adding more artists as they discover the site, and as more artists move into the community. Image the impact of this website as the community grows over the years. Please tell your artist friends to check us out. There is no cost to anyone -- that's right, this website is offered for free.

If you are an artist residing at SaddleBrooke Ranch and would like to participate, click "I'm an artist" to open the website, then click "About the Showcase" in the footer section of the page to open a document that explains this artists' "collective" and provides the means to submit a request to participate.

20 Dec 2014 20:13
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