Ok, so a few things to cover... I'm not sure how many of you are still using this thing, however, as I mentioned in the shoutbox, I'm down to host this thing indefinitely as it just runs alongside other websites I run (like my wife's business, few personal sites, my blog (that i hardly use) etc. So! The site isn't planned on going anywhere anytime soon so feel free to continue to use it actively or passively for archive sake. The webserver hosting the site was compromised a couple months ago. It was caught immediately and the whole server was taken offline by my security system running. It did it's job! When I brought things back up with upgraded versions of PHP & mySQL, unfortunately, XenForo was NOT having it and crashed out (per the gnarly page you've all seen the last bit when you visited the site). Due to the COVID crap, I was heavily focused on work and remote workers for the company I work for so I could only step through fixing the site little by little. The site has been moved from my old FreeBSD farm (along with 14 other sites) out to my spiffy Ubuntu 18 server running in Azure and the mods I made to the system to co-exist some older code (safe stuff) with the new stuff seems to be working quite well with a few exceptions. So far things seem to be pretty stable and I'm working on cleaning up some of the old code that doesn't work so well and replacing it with new code in an attempt to modernize some of this backend. If it doesn't work, I may not be above upgrading this thing which could potentially bring about it's own issues, lmao. In the mean time, there *will* be some glitches that I'll try to fix but it will take a little bit of time so that means I'll be poking around more on the forum as well as trying to keep an eye on things that are being reported as broken. Some things may get fixed quick, some may take some time... It's a process, but thankfully I've got the skillset to repair most of this and bring it up to date. If you've got any specific questions on stuff I haven't covered here, feel free to ask away so that everyone is aware.