In 1998 I began requesting websites from undergraduate project students; at the same time as
I ran a project in our department to prepare websites for all courses.
Our earliest website still in use is Nir Yefet's undergraduate project
on percolation from 1998.
Life is not boring. After some 20 years of more of the same and a style of source-code html that has run smoothly on all systems, our
goverment decided websites had to be ``accessible'' and if not password protected.
``Accessible'' seems to mean using some windows software or paying a lot of money so I have opted for password protected.
Just this semester our central computing services killed the Technion and several department webservers for ``security'' reasons.
Not impossible all my websites will be forcibly closed, in that case see you all on GITHUB; AViz is already there.