Post by MikeSanders2 on May 7, 2010 20:30:15 GMT -6
Because I lost my password years ago, and I haven't heard from Dave in ages. As far as I know, he could have been eaten by zebras and turned into a strange man who spends his days posting annoying viagra spam on this message board.
Correction. I was able to secure this pretty administrative account. The MikeSanders account apparently has no administrative powers despite being an administrator. WTF? Anyway... I cleaned up all the spam on the General Board. If I missed anything, let me know.
I've also disabled the stupid account activation thing, and I've made it so that only registered users can post. This should cut down on or completely eliminate future spam attempts.
This message board was set up really, really awkwardly, and I didn't do it.
Post by naturalchemical on Feb 3, 2011 0:25:30 GMT -6
Huh, I haven't checked this place in quite some time. Glad to see the spam is gone, for the time being... although it looks like everyone else has left as well. Maybe upon the release of Cheetahmen 3 we'll get some activity back in here.
And I was surprised to realize that TRM is (was?) an admin here at one point. He still hangs around Digitpress on occasion, but I guess he doesn't come here anymore.
Post by MikeSanders on Feb 4, 2011 21:10:54 GMT -6
TRM is still an administrator here, but I haven't spoken to him in ages. I'm pretty sure he pays even less attention to these boards than I do. I've asked him for details on how to actually update the main site, mainly for purposes of correcting some of the god awful highly rushed writing and HTML errors that plague it, but I didn't hear anything from him in return. I'm guessing that neither of us has any idea how to do so, and the site is just going to die off if Silius Networks ever stops existing. The fact that it's still around and actually being cited as a source for things on Wikipedia is just mind blowing to me. Do take into consideration that Wikipedia only had somewhere around 100,000 articles at the time this site was last updated, and the current count is over three and a half million. Also, I had just turned sixteen when the site was last touched. I'm now steadily nearing my mid-twenties. Everything feels so ancient.