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Old 03-19-2011, 09:34:00 PM
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PGen Forums Are Now Archived

UPDATE -- We have now closed posting on these forums permanently. They will remain open as a read-only archive, but all activity should now be moved over to Gadgetverse.net and our new community-driven endeavor!

Hey all,

At the time or writing this, the forums are still open to posting; however, if you've managed to find us, then you know by now that PlatinumGeneration.net is no longer going to be in existence. These forums will remain live, but will soon be turned into a read-only archive. This is an attempt to maintain the history of PGen, but the big changes alluded to on the splash page require that we move forward in a slightly different direction.

Don't worry, though, everything you know and love about PGen (!!) will remain as-is, and all of the history that makes up PGen is still going to exist right here. The difference is that we're going to be working far more diligently to ensure that these new changes will promote the growth and activity of the site for the duration. We've been going strong for so long now, it's time that these changes are made to take the site to the next level and the next chapter in the story. So, the time has come to close up these forums, but everything that is and ever was a part of PGen will still be a part of the new endeavors, just with a new twist!

We hope you enjoy the new changes, and we certainly hope that you'll look back fondly on the history contained here!

Thanks for your time,

~Chris
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