Posted May 14, 2004 by Dougal Campbell. Filed under Meta.

All the hubbub over the new MovableType terms and people switching to WordPress has been mentioned over on Slashdot. Welcome to all our new visitors!

We’re going to deactivate the forums for a few minutes while we ride out the wave, if you check back later today they should be up.

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