We're looking at the end of March/beginning of April. I can't be more specific than that at the moment.As someone who has written a few of the posts that will be disappearing, this is disappointing to see. What is the timeline for this, and is there any recourse for anyone who wants to save things for clips? Is there enough time to start an archive.org process for this? Stuff like Pete Whalen's tips for Dream Quest would be a shame to lose, and I still go back to read Owen's articles from time to time.
I mean, I can't personally write anything because I'm not a coder. Network N has a web-dev team. but they specialise in Wordpress, not SilverStripe, which is why we're porting PT over to begin with: to give it a stronger technical foundation and put it on something the devs know really well in terms of support.Um...WTF?
You could write a script to port over the articles. Seriously, you're making it sound like it's rocket science when instead it's a few hours with php or perl or spending a couple bucks on fiverr. That's where the value of the site is...years of reviews and comments.
"While obviously a great shame, it???s the best course of action as Pocket Tactics looks to move into the next phase of its existence."
If the content and its readers aren't not important to you, then yeah, I guess it is.
"you also need to take to heart that the types of things Pocket Tactics may or may not cover will change"
So...I guess the focus won't be on tactically-oriented mobile gaming.
Fellow PT readers, I guess we're no longer wanted here.
Evidently, the new owners don't care much about the site, so I'm not sure why any of us should.
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