Play my junk yo
Already have. Plenty of times. If only I could talk to you and Waff again. The echo chamber that is my DM's needs sustenance.
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Post Posted: 31 Aug 2019, 01:14
Team UnrealSP is here. legacy/tusp/ Turboman deleted his website, so that is gone!..AlCapowned wrote:I've been backing up as much stuff to the internet archive as possible. Got all the legacy reviews so far.
I'm assuming this isn't likely, but would it be possible to get the old pages for Team UnrealSP and Firestorm back up so they can be archived? I totally get if it's not.
Post Posted: 04 Sep 2019, 09:52
evilgrins wrote:Wait... has anybody finished Firestorm yet?
This forum cannot go bye bye until Firestorm is completed!
Post Posted: 12 Sep 2019, 10:43
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salsaSkaarj wrote:BTW, I've been looking at some free webhosts and I'm willing to use that to set up a phpBB board and more or less keep the current structure as here, if there's enough interest. Unfortunately I'm leaving on holiday soon and won't be able to do much before half october.
Post Posted: 13 Sep 2019, 11:22
Hellscrag wrote:I've been wondering whether it would be possible to do something like this. Some kind of continued existence of a forum would be great. I wonder how large the present forum database is, and whether it could be carried over? If it were a clean slate and new registrations were required, a new forum may not attract a lot of users.
Hellscrag wrote:I still have a copy of the legacy web site as it was when I left it, which is not that different from now, except a few reviews have been added. With a decent FTP client that could be re-mounted very easily. Only the news and upcoming maps pages would need to be removed - as they were designed to interface with an old version of the forum.
This is all probably too much to expect from a free web hosting service.
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Post Posted: 16 Sep 2019, 05:15
I will keep a minimal backup of the website's current state once it goes offline for good, meaning that there will be options for someone dedicated and trustworthy to continue the community if they wish to. However, as the website data contains a lot of sensitive information (including plain-text direct messages, private development forums of teams like Red Nemesis, etc.), it is unlikely that someone both trustworthy and tech-savvy enough will appear, considering they haven't in all these prior years.
Post Posted: 03 Oct 2019, 19:07
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