From: Philip Hood (email suppressed)
Date: Fri May 09 2008 - 06:58:07 PDT
Even though I knew that this could potentially happen,
I was kinda hoping that no one would care enough to do
it, but finally someone found that you could post
information to the "Subversive Nub" and decided to
do just that. I've cleaned it up a bit.
Because of the way that I built the program it keeps a
"first in first out" stack of up to 40 messages. So,
for a number of records, someone with an ip address in
russia decided to put links to porn and cell phone sites,
in some cases destroying the history of the records.
I've cleaned and backed up what I could, but in some
other cases information was lost - but its still a good
resource. I think the records we had on about 2 dozen
films or so were lost. It was heavily updated in 2006 but
I think since then a number of these films have shown up
on DVD or been located elsewhere, so, if the community is
interested in browsing and placing more information on
where and how to find these movies, or anything else
that they would like to, that would be great.
disallowed html-like links, so if you could just place
text, that would be best.
The program has been modified to take only the first
40 comments and everything falls off, so that now we
won't lose anything, but merely need to rid of spam like
cruft as it appears.
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.