So, I made an unusual set, recently... Some random, fictional militia concept. I know I was reading a comic series when I got the idea, a couple others offered suggestions and ideas, and the next thing I know, I have a full set, ready to use. Odd, how one thing moves to another, then another, then you have a final result that is easily five times larger than what you planned to start with.
Also, the most recent updates were to tighten security and fix problems which were showing up in my error log. Apparently, many of the issues were resolved by fixing what was allowed to be processed through the http header along the top. Bots, overly-curious peoples, etc. were entering in bogus info in the http to produce errors and stuff. By limiting what keys could be allowed to be entered (by forcing the data to go through a filter that replaces hot characters with useless underscores), that has cut my error log down to no activity. Was actually nice to look through it and see no problems at all.
We are Kuro-RPG! Lower your firewalls and surrender your sites.
I knew I forgot to comment about how the forums were completed. My bad.
Uh, yeah... They are done... But I find myself a little worried about the lack of activity on them, especially when I consider how much I was being bugged, poked, nuzzled, blackmailed, threatened with cuddles, etc... to get this done.
We are Kuro-RPG. Lower your firewalls and surrender your sites.
I am debugging what I have worked on, but I have overhauled all the pages I use to keep Kuro-RPG going, updating the SQL protocols so they are compliant with the more recent versions of PHP. I will probably double-up the security protocol I want to include, though that may mean users will not be able to access their accounts for a while.
I will post an official notification on the main page.
UPDATE: Looks like the first two phases have been completed. Yay!
I think I will be doing another overhaul of the site design in the next couple months or so. I found some glitches that need fixing, plus I want to tighten up what admins can do on-site (In case of the 1 in a 1000 chance of there being a problem). I also would not mind expanding what registered members can actually do on this site, beside contribute and post random messages.
I think Kuro-RPG may benefit from a more integrated system, where users can post and discuss stuff on here. Something more forum-ish, but without relying on any external sources or scripts? I dunno... This is still at the 'pondering' stage, right now...