Welcome to (another) new server

Posted on Sunday, December 25th, 2011 in News by Ian

Happy holidays from everyone at Dangerous Prototypes!

If you see this post, you’ve arrived at our new server. It has even more power to serve up new prototypes. This is also a test of the blog, Twitter, and Facebook integration.

Support is available on Christmas, just give us a shout in the forum.

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25 Responses to “Welcome to (another) new server”

  1. Ian says:

    Another test comment.

  2. Ian says:

    test comment

  3. Sjaak says:

    \o/ This is so exciting :)

    Lets hope this is the last time this year :P And for next year off course

  4. Ian says:

    Test comment. Yeah line breaks!

  5. Arup says:

    Which host? Gator?

  6. Arup says:

    Is it only me, or really the “RSS In The Forum” slidebar widget isn’t working?

  7. Mick M says:

    I am unable to access the forums.
    Mick M

  8. AndThen says:

    Seems to be stuffing a bad port in there, use

  9. Cosmin says:

    still some problems on the forum it sometimes redirects to port 8484

  10. tayken says:

    Last night access was problematic (CloudFlare saying website is down yada yada..) but now it is really smooth! Everything seems to be working fine.

  11. Cosmin says:

    there is still somme problem, now can`t login page reloads no errors.

  12. Cosmin says:

    checked from another browser and works
    it`s ok

  13. BayuKM says:

    Congratz… (horay finally :) I can comment )

  14. arhi says:

    is it now working

  15. JTR says:

    test post here. I cannot log in to the forum

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