MessageBase: New URL
I went ahead and bought the domain name LLabmik.net to host MessageBase and other web apps under.
You can now access MessageBase using the new domain name: http://www.LLabmik.net/MessageBase2/
Will still host it using the old URLs: http://klomdark.servebeer.com:8081/MessageBase2/ http://klomdark.zapto.org/MessageBase2/
for the next few months, but those will eventually fade away. Update your bookmarks. Note that since the domain name is changing, the auto-login cookie will be inaccessible, so you'll have to log in manually the first time in order to get a new auto-login cookie based on the LLabmik.net domain name.
In other news, I've started a complete rewrite of the MessageBase software. The new version will have a new, updated display. (My daughter says the current look is kind of boring.) It will also support access via RSS and there will probably be a read-only Web Service interface as well. Also in the works is a .NET Compact Framework version. Quite a bit more additional functionality as well, trying to give more of a community feel to the new version. More on that as it is created.
If you've got any suggestions for cool features to be in the new version, reply to this message.
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