Did we lose Dreamcast-Scene?

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Re: Did we lose Dreamcast-Scene?

Post by cube_b3 » Sat Oct 10, 2020 11:34 pm

The website is still online.
Expiry date doesn't seem to have been moved to next year.
If the host and registration are not on autorenew, it could delist any day.

Given our conversation is taking place on an open public platform, you have to be on the ball. Someone else could just sweep in and hold the domain for ransom. Please be vigilant watch the website everyday until it is renewed. I wouldn't want to lose DCS like DCHistory or DCGallery. I think everyone has moved past Dreamcast and the domain isn't valuable anymore, so we are safe to take over.

I don't want to get ahead of myself but I'd like access to the YouTube channel once you take ownership. I would like to do videos. It's been on my to do list for over a decade.

@Darc, if you still read this thread maybe move it to staff?
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Re: Did we lose Dreamcast-Scene?

Post by MetaFox » Mon Oct 12, 2020 6:49 pm

Grabbing the domain won't give us access to any DCS YouTube channel, as they are tied to specific e-mail addresses rather than domains.
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