Oct 25, 2012
We are pleased to announce that SceneForce and all of it assets, including databases, have been donated to a small team of veteran sceners and programmers. We are now beginning the process of rebuilding and redeploying the system to once again become the top Scene Release information resource on the web.
In due course we will release more information on our plans, but we would like to stress that all personal data stored will be treated with the highest of security. We will send a single automated message to each registered email address allowing the owner to continue using their account, or have all data destroyed. After 30 days every username that is unaccounted for will be wiped.
SceneForce was a huge data operation, and we have unfortunately not been able to keep all of the pevious data sources and connections that the site had built up in it's lifetime. This is where we need the help and support of our fellow sceners and loyal users. A short list follows of things we will need to get back up to speed, we look forward to hearing from you and building up some exciting relationships.
Here is a short list of things we would greatly appreciate:
Please do not hesitate to get in touch, we have one email account that is monitored, so please ignore any previous contact email addresses you had for us. Please use: firstname.lastname@example.org for all correspondence.
Apologies for the down time, we look forward to hearing from you guys, and to bringing you an awesome new site.