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Houston, we've got a problem... User avatar
Author: Grades
Date: Apr 24 2007 - 21:35
We risk losing some of our domain names in the very very near future (read: tomorrow). We are doing all we can to prevent it from happening, but we should be prepared for the worst. People familiar with the whole RegisterFly situation might know what I'm talking about...

If is unavailable tomorrow, you'll know what happened.

PS: itself is safe. and aren't. One of those has our nameservers, so if those go down, everything does.

UPDATE: will most likely be transfered to a new registrar in a few days, which means that the site has been saved. and are still at risk though...

In other news, Res and I have contacted eachother again last night after a few months of dead silence. We've cleared up some internal misunderstandings and problems, and once these domain issues are solved we will start working on CGN again together (both reviving the current site and developing CGN2)


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By Chinothegood - Jun 12 2007 - 02:01
no that can't happen i love this site.
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By Grades - Apr 26 2007 - 15:47 is safe :)
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By Evilbob - Apr 26 2007 - 07:37

although that's not good news in this case... well, hope for the best.  :)
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By DexLoxley - Apr 26 2007 - 04:25
isn't there some rule or something that a site has to have the same things with no additions for one year after they start charging a fee? I may be remembering incorrectly. Anyhow. I think after mid July, there could be a resurgence.
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By Grades - Apr 25 2007 - 21:52
Seems like we've lost :( will be gone too tomorrow. This transfer is taking way too long.

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