Thursday, July 25, 2013

Boomshine et all location update AGAIN

So, such is my luck that just a few weeks after I posted the previous HTML5 experiment location update my VPS provider decided to pull out of the data center my VPS was located in due to shoddy maintenance on the physical hosts.  Coming August 1st that VPS will go offline.  I've been moving my data from that machine to a new one in another data center, so from now on the HTML5 code including Boomshine will be available at:

And the existing location mentioned in the last post will go offline on August 1st.

I had no idea it was coming, but hopefully this is the last one for a while and it's stable now.

...I should just get a domain name already, anyone know of a reasonably priced registrar that won't hold my domains hostage (I'm looking at you, ENOM)?


Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Boomshine location update


It recently came to my attention that people were actively using or referencing the HTML5 Boomshine port I had written a while back.  However a few months ago I switched hosting companies for my sandbox server and neglected to update the original article.

For anyone looking, the code is back online at: