At last, I have gotten up the inspiration for making Doors CS its own website, not just a series of scattered pages around the Cemetech website. I decided to do this because as Doors CS and its related projects and protocols have expanded, I have found a need for a centralized place to organize all the data about the project. I would also like a single download page to resolve the diverse and largely outdated Doors CS download links scattered around the internet.
The new site, currently making great strides in development, contains a plethora of features intended to make Doors CS more accessible to end users and programmers alike, as well as to help me keep track of progress, feature requests, and bug reports. The entire system is built upon my custom phpBB-based CMS, so your Cemetech user account and gCn registration information will automatically be used to customize the site to your needs. Among the pages are an exhaustive listing of Doors CS features and history, explanative screenshots, a unified download page, a centralized database of all Doors CS documentation and tutorials, and a powerful tracker system to enable the automated submission and management of both bug reports and feature requests from the community.
In addition, Doors CS 5.4 continues to inch ever closer to completion as I attempt to find and correct several new bugs I discovered in my thorough beta-testing process. Two new bugs have been determined to only occur under execution on a hardware calculator as opposed to an emulator, and have been recorded on the new website. I shall keep everyone posted on the progress.