Well, what an eventful month. The Sonic Stadium (now beginning to be lovingly abbreviated as TSS real quick) has been relaunched successfully, and without delay, interest has grown for it. Andrew and I both agreed that a team should be secured to maintain the website, as it’s just getting too damn big.
We enlisted the help of people doing odd-jobs (i.e. media production and submitting), but these were simply submission requests. We recruited someone called “FastFeet” for the Fan Games (who seems to be doing a kickass job at reviving the old dog at the moment) and Biafra Republic for the Fan Art.
Unfortunately for everyone at the time, Sonic United started getting hacked all over the place, and TSS was a victim too. We recovered, but all sorts of inside info and propaganda kept leading to a certain TSS member causing the havoc. Of course, I didn’t believe it for one second. And, true to form, this whole problem is over with now. Phew for that.
A reminder on the Hit Count Boom – at this moment in time over 50,000 people have decided to lighten our doorstep. Fabulous!
This is a series of personal blogs written by Dreadknux during the formative years of The Sonic Stadium. It chronicles significant events in the website’s early life.