Well as it seems, there's something with dAmn that I think needs to be brought too the admins attention.
Ever since dAmn was released in 2004, there has been a fervent, active community of daily users, who are for the most part very involved in the dA community, myself being one of them. We love dAmn, but lately we have begun to feel that it is moving into the sunset phase of software. We'd rather it not be shut down or left to deteriorate slowly, but fixed and updated, and maybe even, dare I say, improved. No major fixes or updates have been made, development wise, ever since the chats launched. They have just been left in a low maintenance mode, forgotten even though it houses a thriving, zealous community. An example of this shameful neglect is the taglines of users being removed. After inquiring as to why this happened, this was the response I got from $Tachy-on about the matter in a bug report:
"This is not a bug. Due to the fact that taglines were not updating on