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One Hundred Thousand Posts
Published by KermMartian on January 31, 2010 at 3:38:10 PM CST | Discuss this article (13)

Roughly ten years after Cemetech first evolved out of a hardware company idea I had, named CTech, I am proud to announce that this is the 100,000th post on the Cemetech forum. The current statistics have their origin in 2004, when I introduced an InvisionFree forum to the Geocities website of Cemetech. In the spring of 2005, we moved to better hosting, and I started a phpBB forum that started with over 9,000 posts from the Invisionfree board. The current Cemetech forum is the direct descendant of that phpBB forum; since 2005, we have amassed 1,195 users, who have written 100,000 posts in 3,833 topics totalling 3,622,606 words and garnering 7,055,343 topic views. The Cemetech file archives, long a goal of mine, contain 405 programs and files created by myself and another 44 authors, and in roughly three years have collected 18,048 downloads.

Today, Cemetech is home to diverse conversations on calculator programming, hardware, and modifications, web and computer programming and applications, gaming, general interest, and mostly recently, builds and development in The Better Mod and the upcoming game from several Cemetech members, Freebuild. Here's to many more decades of new friends, new projects, and in the spirit of Cemetech, the continued drive towards the future.



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» One Hundred Thousand Posts published January 31, 2010 by KermMartian

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