Following the recent downtime, Squeeks has moved Channel4 to this new server and handed responsibility of running the site over to me. I am open to ideas and suggestions for how to improve or rejuvenate the place. You can find me on the IRC channel.
The emergency mittens have also returned to DQN.
All boards now have a "mobile" version, which is designed for people who
want to browse the boards with phones, PDA's and other capable handheld devices. Simply point your device's browser towards
You can talk about all this in support and request thread.
Thanks to the collapse of ZiRC, we've moved onto a new IRC network. You'll find the sparse lot of idlers and regulars now lurking in #4-ch on irc.synirc.org. We'll leave the other channel on ZiRC open for a little while longer.
Due to the massive size of DQN going past 1800 threads, we've had to put them in a special place, mostly because it was straining the server too much everytime someone posted. So, if you are looking for the DQN threads of yesteryear, you'll now find them all in the Forbidden Garden.
There has been in the past few months a lot posts happening from new, inexperienced users unfamiliar with the
site and the way that boards operate. Whilst I encourage new users, I also encourage you all to read our rules, read any board specific rules at the top of each board,
and to only post if it is going to be of benefit. So far, quite a few users haven't bothered doing this, and
might now be wondering why they are getting trolled and flamed.
read the rules please.
A few new things have been added, a new board so you can talk about your personal issues, the navigation at the top has got some links, the wiki has been improved somewhat, and advertising (at the request of our current host) is also enabled on most boards. Whilst a fair bit of stuff has been done, there is much more coming, and my list gets longer and longer. You're welcome to give me any suggestions if you wish.
In some sort of attempt and burst of energy, I decided to do a lot of work on the site and try to jazz up its appearances. Whilst a lot has been done, more is to continue. Boards have been upgraded and most of the issues should have been ironed out by now. Hopefully.
Shortly we'll begin creating and trialing services that will allow your cellphone/PSP/Nintendo DS/PDA to access and read the boards, and people with one or more of the said devices that are willing to help us out beta testing would be much appreciated. Say tuned, details on things will be up soon about it.