Goodbye Otherworld v2 "late"
Calendar says Goodbye Otherworld v2 should be available this morning, but I can't get a working download link. Needs a flag flipped.
Geezer Weasalopes Premium Member last edited by
I reported that on the JNC Discord about an hour before your post; the response was that they were aware of it, knew what was causing the inconsistency between pages, and working on fixing that.
It appears to be taking a bit of time, seeing as both pages appear unchanged from our perspective.
I've tried joining Discord multiple times but it's failed each time. I've decided to treat it like facetwit, and ignore its existance.
@someoldguy Is it only our Discord, or Discord in general? You tried the link at the bottom of our main page?
@myskaros I last tried it when it was invite-only, and the invites expired in a few days. As I recall, the confirmation emails didn't arrive, so I couldn't activate the account.
Nothing else I'm interested in uses Discord, so it wasn't important enough to pursue.
Rahul Balaggan Staff last edited by Rahul Balaggan
When you can, and if you want.
@rahul-balaggan It went further this time than in the past. Apparently, one of the previous attempts created an account for me on discord itself. But since no activation email arrived, I can't access it. And I'll have to create another email address to be able to make a new account.
Maybe I'll try later.
@someoldguy said in Goodbye Otherworld v2 "late":
And I'll have to create another email address to be able to make a new account.
You should be able to use salted emails, so you at least don't need to create a new email account altogether. Basically, if your current email is "email@example.com," you can try registering with "firstname.lastname@example.org." This will still send emails to the original base address, but for online registration it should count as a unique email address.
@myskaros I don't have to bother with that... Running my own mail servers, I can generate aliases as needed. The one I use for JNC is unrelated to any others I use.
My mail program allows me to manage them just fine. It also makes it simple to figure out who's database got compromised when the spam (or threat) emails start flowing.
"Salted" emails are a bit of a pain for me, as a forum moderator. The same spammers hit relentlessly by simply adding periods within their gmail addresses. If I thought I could get away with it, I'd pre-ban all gmail.com addresses.