Legacy web pages of Axel Beckert

Since I'm no more active at the Fachschaftsrat Informatik of the University of Saarland anymore, I have transferred all my university time legacy web pages from http://fsinfo.cs.uni-sb.de/~abe/ to this interim host at http://fsinfo.noone.org/~abe/ with only minimal modifications, mainly e-mail addresses.

Most pages on this interim host won't be updated anymore until they are moved (and redirected) step by step to their future home somewhere under http://noone.org/.

Please also note that my former e-mail address abe@fsinfo.cs.uni-sb.de is no more valid. Use abe@deuxchevaux.org instead.

Axel Beckert, Zürich, 23rd of September 2007

Axel's 2CV Homepage

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I don't think text can replace a photograph :-).
Me and my beloved Duck alias SHA-CV 21
Foto (© 1995): Martin Roebel

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Welcome to my little 2CV world in the web, dear Citroën friend!

I started with this page in the early spring of 1996, a time, where 2CV Pages in the net were rare. (The only one I can remember to have started earlier with an pure 2CV site is Yvonne Müller from Düsseldorf, Germany. Short time later Roald Dobrilla started with his page at www.smartcom.it. (This server doesn't exist anymore, so he had to move.)

Today, more than two years later, everyone has Internet access, and 2CV sites can be found everywhere in the net. Also my 2CV pages became more and bigger. Due to this server being at university and my quota is reached, I decided to move my 2CV pages and redesign them totally. Their new location will be www.DeuxChevaux.org. During the next months more and more of my 2CV pages will move to that new server.

Also the HY part of this page will move to the new server, because I always see the HY only as the big brother of the 2CV... :-)

What you'll find today here:

Future projects:

Some other Citroën stuff...

See you in Austria 2001, Axel

Axel Beckert <abe@deuxchevaux.org> (Nurmes SF 1993, Skoke SLO 1995, Eendendam NL 1997)
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