Sunday is Launch Day

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Sunday is Launch Day

Postby CommentBot » Sun Jan 15, 06 3:36am

<a href="/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=74&Itemid=56">Link back to the article</a>.<br /> <font size=1>(Note: This is original version of article. It may have been edited. Click on link above for most recent version.)<br />(<a href="">PhpBB Mambo Comments by Chris Boylan</a>)</font><br /><p>It looks like we are ready to go tomorrow.&nbsp; We froze the code and were ready for launch today, but we forgot to setup the database on the production server, so that was today.&nbsp; </p><p>Tomorrow (Sunday) we should be ready to kick off the Alpha.&nbsp; I've gotten a few emails from interested parties and I will send you more info when we're up.&nbsp; We'll have to create your login and password ourselves as the user profile stuff isn't ready yet - but the cool stuff should be.&nbsp; </p><p>I want to reiterate that this is an Alpha release - so stuff will be broken.&nbsp; Mostly stuff we haven't gotten to yet.&nbsp; It's tough to do this when your full-time job and your partner's full-time job make it so you can only meet on weekends.&nbsp; Throw in Playoff football and you can see how nothing gets accomplished.<br /></p> <p>Hopefully, the hard stuff is behind us and we spent enough time worrying about scalability that if this takes off, we'll be able to handle it.&nbsp; I know that's not the case, but we can dream.&nbsp; In reading about the beginnings of Friendster, MySpace and Digg - the biggest problem they had is in growing too fast.&nbsp; That's a problem we'd love to have.</p><p>Keep <a href="">sending in emails</a> if you want to join what was once a Release Candidate, but became a Beta and is now an Alpha.&nbsp; All hail the future!&nbsp;</p>
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