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Squishdot.org is now active!
Squishdot Posted by Butch Landingin on Wednesday October 06, 12:27PM, 1999
from the finally-we're-moving! dept.
As of today, I've moved the official website of Squishdot from members.tripod.com/squishdot to squishdot.org.

I've placed a "We've moved" sign on the old home page and added some html code to redirect them here.

This is just the start of big changes coming...

For one thing, I will now actively monitor this web site for your postings and review them at least once a day. No more complaints about their posts not showing up (hopefully ;^)).

I've also updated the documentation for this new release and put them here. You can now also download the latest version of Squishdot here as well.

And that's not even the end of it. I'm looking at overhauling the design of the site over the next few months and see how it can be improved.

As always, your suggestions are all welcome...

Cheers,

-- Butch Landingin (Squishdot Maintainer)

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    Re: Squishdot.org is now active!
    by Squiffer on Wednesday October 06, 02:17PM, 1999
    Thanks for the announcement. I think many of us are looking forward to the next few version of squishdot.

    I strongly recommend that we start a page on bug tracking and features request that will allow rapid feedback to the community, and most important, the developers.

    It would also be nice to have a list of squishdot sites so people can see what everyone has managed to conjure with the with wonderful product.

    That's my 2 cents.

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