TriStar Forums

Me, Link, and Christopher have been working on a new forum, TriStar Forums, which will open to the public on March 1. (thanks to West for the promotional page)

Three testers will get in on February 8, but if I haven’t already told you about it and told you you’re in, you’re too late. Your next opportunity is to get in on February 16 (which also happens to be my birthday), when five more testers will be admitted.

TriStar Forums is coming along nicely and I can’t wait for it to open.

Also, for now, anything that requires databases besides my blog is down. Hopefully I can get most of it back up some time tomorrow.

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