Good news, everybody! We've just upgraded our site software, installed new hardware, and moved our antiquated comment system to Disqus, replete with modern features. The site itself is otherwise unchanged; the grueling task of making everything look and work the same on a completely new platform fell to our lead developer Dean Putney and sysadmin Ken Snider. Both have worked tirelessly for weeks, and deserve many thanks. Thanks, guys!
Your current comment login will work on the new system, but you'll need to reset your password. Fire any bug reports to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will stamp on them ASAP.
Also, the Submitterator will be in drydock for its own upgrades for a short while; in the meantime, submit via the private form.
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