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I'm deeply, deeply sorry for the lack of updates. I am currently working on a new site design(skeleton at least), however I still haven't figured out how to implement all the ideas I've come up with.

I'll tell you guys this, there will be a new site set up before the year is out, if not sooner! I swear I haven't given up on SVT. I may be über slow on things, but I won't outright give up.

Again, I am deeply sorry for the lack of any update on this.
Merry Christmas and happy holidays from The Irregulars!
I'm really sorry about not keeping up with this, but we are still alive.

In any case, good news everyone! SVT has moved servers. The site is now located on The, which is where it will stay. The important files has been uploaded. While not at one hundred percent, most of the site is functioning.

This should now allow the site to expand much more than it would have on the old server! Trying to maintain two servers was annoying, using two different hosting companies.

Again, I'm really sorry about not keeping up with this group.
For the summer, I have a plan for the site. This involves moving back to the .com domain, as well as...

  1. Moving art galleries and fan fiction sections off SVT, on to SegaSonic Station. Important crap like database and files will be backed up. This is so that SVT itself can better focus and specialize in comics
  3. Layout overhaul and implementation of a content management system (Word Press, Joombia!, etc.)
  5. Full archiving of long dead projects, already partially started with SonicVerse #1
  7. Restarting new project submissions

So... questions? Thoughts? Suggestions?

... Skittles?
First, the eFiction STILL isn't functioning correctly. We're going to be reinstalling it.

Second, thanks for the first batch of favorites, GroxDevlin. Nice choices.

Anyhow, I have found that in December, the domain is going to expire. What's the big deal, right? Well, I don't know if I can get in contact with the owner to make sure they have the ability or even if they can find someone to pay for renewal.

I have also found that the domain can't even be modified and suspect the account was suspended. I have come to the conclusion that the owner has fallen off the face of the earth.

What does this mean? We're going to preempt this and move back to the domain, WAY before the expiration.

The .net domain was meant to be temporary in the first place, as the original .com expired and went into limbo for a few months afterward. It was retrieved and it's been redirecting to the .net.

Apart from having to fix the information for databases and the parts of the site that connect to them, there shouldn't be terrible interruption.

I could be jumping the gun, but better safe than sorry. This site has gone down too many times.

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