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Server maintenance work over the weekend...

Postby goose egg » 24 Feb 2012, 15:16

... there might be a little downtime

We're planning to add some security features to the Forumosa server this holiday weekend. There may be a brief period of downtime or two - shouldn't be more than 10 minutes. Have a nice holiday
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