Greetings Moonies! Moon Chase followers may have noticed that there have not been a lot of site updates lately, and there have been a lot of good reasons for this. The site move did not go as smoothly as originally anticipated, and Sailordees has been busy with graduate school for most of the summer, so any opportunity for vacation time has been treasured as an opportunity to distance herself from recent events. During this last week, something new has come up in her life that will command immediate attention, so unfortunately there will not be as intense of a coverage of the new musical productions as there might have been in the past. Moon Chase does have translators lined up for the magazine articles; however Sailordees has been so busy that there has been no tine to scan them. We at Moon Chase sincerely apologize for this, but this matter is extremely important and will require devotion without any outside distractions so we hope you can all understand. Please do note that, that if there is a major development in the world of Sailor Moon, the staff will keep you updated.
Regarding our site move, we would like to receive feedback regarding any problems, or if there any noticeable differences between the two servers. There have also been some database issues that the Me has been tackling for a few weeks and which Sailordees was able to fix up last night. Some user names have been lost and/or denied, so if you can’t login please re-register and then send us your username and e-mail address so that we can approve you faster. We have a brand new captcha to help us in our efforts to neutralize spam registrations. Users have to play a series of short and simple games to prove they are human. If the flash game doesn’t load, please refresh your browser. For those of you who do have accounts (or will have accounts), please upload an avatar, or add something to your profile to distinguish yourself from a generic user, so if we have to do another overhaul, you are less likely to look like a spammer. We have not heard of any issues so far with the ban script since the move, but if you are banned please let us know via our email at email@example.com.
And finally, we are looking for anyone who is well-versed with working with WordPress and scripting in PHP. This will be the only person on the Moon Chase team that is not required to write articles. We need someone who will help keep things running and fix them when they aren’t working, and occasionally deal with user concerns with registration and banning. If you are someone who is looking to get into web development or has turned working with WordPress into a hobby, and would like the chance to work with us, please let us know via email.