Notice: Changes to the site

August 14, 2017

(This article was first published on R – Locke Data, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

I wanted to give everyone a heads up about a major rebrand and some probable downtime happening over the weekend.

I’m going to be consolidating my Locke Data consulting company materials, the blog, the talks, and my package documentation into a single site. The central URL won’t be changing but there will be a ton of changes happening.

I think I’ve got the redirects and the RSS feeds pretty much sorted, but I’ve converted more than 300 pages of content to new systems – I’ve likely gotten things wrong. You might notice some issues when clicking through from R-Bloggers, on twitter, or from other people’s sites.

I hope you’ll like the changes I’ve made but I’m going to have a “bug bounty” in place. If you find a broken link, a blog post that isn’t rendered correctly, or some other bug, then report it. Filling in the form is easy and if you provide your name and address and I’ll send you a sticker as thanks!

If you want to get a preview of the site, check it out on its temporary home

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