Author: Stuart Cracraft
Date: 19:13:53 03/08/06
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On March 08, 2006 at 21:39:33, pavel wrote: >On March 08, 2006 at 21:06:27, Steven Schwartz wrote: > >>I have just emailed everyone the following: >> >>CCC and CTF Members, >>The time has arrived for Talkchess.com to have a new look, feel, and function. >> >>Tim worked diligently for the last month to set up the new site, and we invite >>you to come to our new Talkchess.com home for the Computer Chess Club and the >>Chess Thinkers' Forum at: http://126.96.36.199/forum/ , click "Register" to >>sign up, and follow the instructions. You only need to register once to gain >>access to the two forums. >> >>Within the next 24 hours or so, once the domain changes, the old site will only >>be accessible by IP: http://188.8.131.52/ >> >>Tim will be disabling sign-ups and posting shortly on the old site. >> >>Enjoy your new home. >> >>Regards, >>Steve Schwartz >>Your Move Chess & Games >>http://www.ChessUSA.com > > >Hi Steve, I think you guys did a great job. Even though it's a little bit slow >from my computer. Isn't this the same phpbb + mobythreads I suggested some 5-6 >months ago in CTF? ;) > >Cheers, >pavs It was time for a change and Steve listened. I for one am happy. I hate bulletin boards where threads don't retain their thread and come back disconnected or piecemeal. Who would design such a non-ergonomic monstrosity that we have been using here? The new one is INFINITELY better and I am willing to sacrifice speed and connectivity in return for the improved ergonomics. I am sure there will be no tradeoff required eventually though. This is just birthing pangs. That's all.
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