Questions about Ren'Py should go in the Ren'Py Questions and Announcements forum.
Bue Lemma still owns the domain name and everything. But last I saw, on the site, some attacking of the site (script kiddies, I dunno) pulled it down. And at the moment, Blue Lemma ismoving in a new direction so I think he's concentrating on that.
You can read his latest announcement here:
- Blue Lemma
- Forum Founder
- Posts: 2005
- Joined: Sat Jan 25, 2003 2:32 pm
- Completed: ToL, Shoujo Attack!, Lemma Ten
- Projects: [RETIRED FROM FORUM ADMINISTRATION - CONTACT PYTOM WITH ISSUES]
- Ren'Py Creator
- Posts: 15444
- Joined: Mon Feb 02, 2004 10:58 am
- Completed: Moonlight Walks
- Projects: Ren'Py
- IRC Nick: renpytom
- Github: renpytom
- itch: renpytom
- Location: Kings Park, NY
IIRC, lemmasoft.net was hacked only once, but also has experienced other problems (such as domain registration issues, and exceeding the server bandwidth.)mikey wrote:Hey, that's good news! I wonder who would hack a site like that? I always thought other kinds of sites were targets - do they pick it randomly? I can't imagine a hacker group going for fan ren'ai sites Or could it be you have some enemies... Since it got hacked twice...
But I should point out that the internet is filled with computers infested with worms, each of which is trying to infect other computers with copies of the worm. I checked the Intrusion Prevention System logs for shinobu (the virtual linux server that hosts bishoujo.us, renai.us, and lemmasoft.renai.us), and it showed 68 blocked hack attempts since the 18th.
Let me just remind people to keep the software on their computers and their servers up to date, to make backups of the projects that they're working on, and to use firewalls where appropriate.
In case you haven't noticed, these are only arcihved versions of the site.
Aaaah, a touch of history... I especially like the very first grand opening pagekokoro nut wrote: http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.lemmasoft.net/
PyTom>> oh yes, I have a triple-backup system, no way I'm losing my work! Too many bad experiences
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- Projects: Numerous unfinished dreams await completion.
- Location: USA
Just thought I ought to bring that up.
Thank you and please don't throw fruit or worse at me.
( or should that be the other way around? )
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