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Discussion in 'Links' started by Romsey, Aug 3, 2013.

  1. Romsey

    Romsey Member

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    IMPORTANT INFORMATION CONCERNING THE FORUM
    The Signal Box Forum has been temporarily disabled. Certain circumstances suggested that the security of the forum may have been compromised, but this is by no means certain. However, in the interests of protecting the privacy of personal information thereon, the forum will remain disabled until a full investigation has been made and, if necessary, the software that drives the forum is updated.
    I apologise for the lack of notice or advice but this occurred whilst I was on holiday and not within reach of internet access.
    Please check here for updates on the situation.

    http://www.signalbox.org/

    Just found this message when Microsoft Security came up with an additional password check.
    I hope John manages to sort the situation quickly.

    Regards, Neil
     
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    The SB forum could be a wonderful place if it wasn't for the curmudgeon of an owner. I've never seen someone do so much to stifle any thread as he does.
     
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    I think it is a wonderful place thanks to the DI being so curmudgeonly! :);)

    Phil
     
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    What a great word curmudgeonly is, I tried say it while eating a Herring roll mop and pebbledashed the kitchen wall.
     
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    Update from the District Inspector -
    Update 8/8/13
    Some issues have been identified which require some modification and updating "behind the scenes" and it is hoped to address these over the next week.

    Cheers, Neil
     
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    Personally. I think the owner does a pretty good job. He runs the site out of his own pocket, regulates the discussions so that the topic is kept to, and has ALWAYS been civil to the group members, more than can be said for some of the posters on National Preservation.

    Keep up the good work DI
     
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