We were quite astonished at the level of interest in the project when it was announced yesterday, on the twentieth anniversary of CERN making WWW royalty free. Hundreds of thousands of people came to check in on the first website and to learn about the project to restore it.
We have a great number of leads that came up following yesterday's publicity. People who have old machines lying around; copies of files that may be of use; expertise; ideas; stories. This is fantastic. Thank you.
If you were one of the many, many people who submitted ideas or offers of help via our email address or via Twitter and you haven't heard back from us yet:
Thank you so much for taking the time to get in touch - sorry we haven't had the time to send you a personal response yet. We'll do our best to get in touch with everyone.
Dan Noyes on