Except where noted, bergyland is designed and written by, as well as ©Steven Bergom. Therefore, do not use, modify or redistribute this site, in part or entirety, without expressed consent of the author. Limited permission is granted for the private use of material in personal archives.
This is a wholly reasonable statement, people, so it shouldn't be too hard to follow. Any person found violating this utterly reasonable statement will soon find their mailboxes full of 256M core files. You have been warned.
This site was designed and written on a Linux box using XEmacs for primary editing and Mozilla for initial viewing. At times, VIM was used for quick changes. No WYSIWIG system was used at any time during the creation of these documents. All documents and images are stored in a CVS repository.
Testing was also performed with Netscape Navigator 4.78, Lynx 2.8.3 and Opera 5.0. Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 was also checked, but that was only to make sure that there weren't any glaring inconsistencies. (Note: The version 4 Navigator series never performed all that well in the style sheet world so it was used to see what a non-style sheet browser would do. Get the latest version of Navigator if you must; it uses the layout engine from Mozilla.)
The stories were originally marked up with LATEX, a set of macros for TEX, a page formatting language designed by Donald Knuth. They were then converted to either HTML or text by a pair of scripts written in Perl.
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