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Mez
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Welcome Back! (again)

#1 Post by Mez »

Welcome back!

I hope you guys haven't missed us too much while we've been away, but we're back and ready to go now.

Unfortunately, we are missing a couple of days worth of posts, but I'm sure we can all be happy it wasn't much more (as it was the first time round!)

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#2 Post by kabniel »

Good to be back 8)

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#3 Post by debil »

Great job getting the site back up! Now I just need to adjust my eyes to this all new blueness :)
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#4 Post by Bro.Tiag »

Aye, Cheers!

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#5 Post by Mez »

debil wrote:Great job getting the site back up! Now I just need to adjust my eyes to this all new blueness :)
*chuckles* Then you're not a fan of KDE? :P

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#6 Post by julian67 »

Thanks for all the hard work retrieving and updating the board.

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#7 Post by debil »

Mez wrote:
debil wrote:Great job getting the site back up! Now I just need to adjust my eyes to this all new blueness :)
*chuckles* Then you're not a fan of KDE? :P
You got that right. But it's not really the blue tint that rubs me the wrong way there :)

Edit: Hmm, I'm trying to figure out why bbcode doesn't work...
Edit: Enabled BBCode from Options :facepalm: "I'll get me coat..."
Last edited by debil on 2009-04-24 19:50, edited 4 times in total.
Q: Why is the Eunux kernel so bloated?
A: It was made in the image of its founder.

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#8 Post by Mez »

debil wrote:
Mez wrote:
debil wrote:Great job getting the site back up! Now I just need to adjust my eyes to this all new blueness :)
*chuckles* Then you're not a fan of KDE? :P
You got that right. But it's not really the blue tint that rubs me the wrong way there :)
Hmm, weird you can't post quotes...

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#9 Post by industrialpunk »

So, did you guys find out how the site security got breached? A little social engineering?

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#10 Post by Mez »

industrialpunk wrote:So, did you guys find out how the site security got breached? A little social engineering?
I don't know personally... I just fixed things up :D

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#11 Post by norb »

I'm glad your back on line, the site looks great, thanks for all the hard work :D

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#12 Post by mojoman »

Well it took you f*****g long enough! :lol: Just kidding, great job in getting the forum back on line. It's been sorely missed. I even use it as my starting page on Iceweasel. Thanks!
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#13 Post by justaguynpc »

Ahhhh, to feel connected again, thanks for coming back, the reveal isn't bad either.....
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#14 Post by jalu »

thanks a lot :-)

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#15 Post by Seraphyn »

In Short: THX
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#16 Post by Hadret »

It's good to have you back! ^_^

Maybe a favicon as an celebration? (:

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#17 Post by rivenathos »

Well, it is good to be home again. I did notice it looks as if the interior designers visited while we were all on spring break. :lol:
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#18 Post by apex.predator »

And did a great job!
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#19 Post by Mr B »

Great work! Good to be back :D

(I like the blueness...... 8) )

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#20 Post by unicyclist »

Totally agree with Mr B

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