Sal’s Blog: Downtime

And some other stuff.

Hi, all! Hope your Friday went well. It’s the most lovely day of the week, so if it didn’t, try and have a better one next week!

I’m actually really tired and want to hit the hay, but I wanted to give everyone a heads up about some downtime that’ll hit the site tomorrow (today, technically), sometime in the morning or afternoon.

I’ll be updating a few things in the site’s back end, turning all of the ScrawlFX.com links and images embedded in the site archives into Gematsu.com links, and shifting the ScrawlFX.com URL into a full redirect to Gematsu.com, rather than have it maintain its current shared status with Gematsu.com.

The downtime shouldn’t be long. Probably 30 minutes at most. I’ll be turning off the comments when I start, so if you’re able to visit the site but aren’t able to comment, you’ll know the process has begun.

After we’re back up, I’ll be posting a new Discussionist, and I believe Adam should be getting up his impressions of the Final Fantasy XIII-2 demo.

That’s about it for tonight. I’m going to sleep. Hopefully to dream about bacon-filled hamburgers. And onion rings. God, I love onion rings.

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