If you literally spent 5 minutes looking through posts you'd see the mods have been all along. You are either too blind or too lazy to see that but keep acting the fool all you want. Crickets
You are the third or 4th admin to chime in and say this now and it's been a month. You have paying members who's cars are apart and unusable because they had no reason to believe the resources here wouldn't be available. It's time to handle it. In the future before making such changes (assuming this site survives) I suggest a beta test with the mods and working these kind of issues out before going live. This entire experience has been like a bad joke.We are working on setting these pages up to be accessed. The data is not lost we have not been able to get it set up on the site yet.
Well, not really. The moderators are only responsible for keeping the current conversations civil and organized in this forum. The admin is responsible for the state of the site. Dish it all on him.Dave, this is what I’ve been saying the whole time! The mods do not care about getting it back - it may not be their fault, they may not be able to just fix it, but they are responsible for the state of the site right now. It really, really sucks they just keep saying it’ll be fixed but have no plan, don’t seem to all be on the same page.
This was already covered. There's no public record of data that was locked behind a paywall. Web crawlers and archivers couldn't see those pages because they weren't paying customers.How about this. Perhaps we can use technology to our advantage. The web crawlers have all the public data.
I clearly stated the limitation regarding the paid content.This was already covered. There's no public record of data that was locked behind a paywall. Web crawlers and archivers couldn't see those pages because they weren't paying customers.