Message Board updates

Started by Alex930, July 30, 2006, 05:48:12 am

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Doc

Quote from: Jedi QuestMaster on December 03, 2008, 07:48:28 pm
So why the name, Doc?  Did you earn yourself a Ph.D?

Not sure if this came up yet. :-\


A reference no one will get, so I won't bother explaining it. ;)

Jedi QuestMaster


JC

A quick update about two changes:

1. I am no longer a mod or admin for FW. I've gotten too busy with everything else in life to keep up with the day-to-day conversations here. I'll check in as often as I can. (No, I'm not selling any games from my collection.)

2. We've brought on a new mod to help out: Nintendodork. Thanks to our new mod for taking on the task. It'll be fun.

Thanks...

nintendodork

Whoa, can regular members see this topic?  I never noticed it as a regular member.

But MD, if you're asking if he'll be on the staff again, he won't be any time soon.
I like to glitch old VHS tapes and turn them into visuals for live music events. Check out what I'm working on - www.instagram.com/tylerisneat

manuel

This isn't the staff board, so everybody can see it.
The staff board is only visible to admins, mods and contributors.

JC

I don't think I'll ever be as involved in FW as I used to be. I don't have the time and certainly won't anytime soon.

UglyJoe

That sounds like a thread, not a board.

L___E___T

There is a thread along those lines actually - something like 'What got you into Famicom?' In the main FC/FDS forum.  Check it out! :). I'd link to it here but I'm on iPad it's a little tricky.
My for Sale / Trade thread
http://www.famicomworld.com/forum/index.php?topic=9423.msg133828#msg133828
大事なのは、オチに至るまでの積み重ねなのです。

MaarioS


UglyJoe

The message is in regards to your password, not in regards to Famicom World.  The message means that some site, somewhere, was breached and some user (either you or someone else with the same password) was in their database and that the password is now compromised.  It is a security feature of Chrome:

https://security.googleblog.com/2019/12/better-password-protections-in-chrome.html

There is no evidence of Famicom World having been breached, so it seems like it was another site.

You can safely check your password against a database of compromised passwords here: https://haveibeenpwned.com/Passwords.