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The cloud server that hosts the main Skotos web site and the forums experienced a hardware failure on Saturday morning that unfortunately led to severe database corruption. Several attempts to restore it failed.

This led us to our backups, but the timing was a bit unfortunate. Since the failure occurred on a weekend morning, we didn't see it until after a new backup occurred, which contained the corrupted data, and which removed our previous daily backup. This forced us to our weekly backup, which was unfortunately at the end of its time: six days old.

So, the forums are back, but we had a six-day reversion.

This should not have affects on the rest of the site, since the majority of our data is saved in our main-user-database or our games, all on remote machines.
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Forums REversion

The cloud server that hosts the main Skotos web site and the forums experienced a hardware failure on Saturday morning that unfortunately led to severe database corruption. Several attempts to restore it failed.

This led us to our backups, but the timing was a bit unfortunate. Since the failure occurred on a weekend morning, we didn't see it until after a new backup occurred, which contained the corrupted data, and which removed our previous daily backup. This forced us to our weekly backup, which was unfortunately at the end of its time: six days old.

So, the forums are back, but we had a six-day reversion.

This should not have affects on the rest of the site, since the majority of our data is saved in our main-user-database or our games, all on remote machines.
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Forums REversion

The cloud server that hosts the main Skotos web site and the forums experienced a hardware failure on Saturday morning that unfortunately led to severe database corruption. Several attempts to restore it failed.

This led us to our backups, but the timing was a bit unfortunate. Since the failure occurred on a weekend morning, we didn't see it until after a new backup occurred, which contained the corrupted data, and which removed our previous daily backup. This forced us to our weekly backup, which was unfortunately at the end of its time: six days old.

So, the forums are back, but we had a six-day reversion.

This should not have affects on the rest of the site, since the majority of our data is saved in our main-user-database or our games, all on remote machines.
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Forums REversion

The cloud server that hosts the main Skotos web site and the forums experienced a hardware failure on Saturday morning that unfortunately led to severe database corruption. Several attempts to restore it failed.

This led us to our backups, but the timing was a bit unfortunate. Since the failure occurred on a weekend morning, we didn't see it until after a new backup occurred, which contained the corrupted data, and which removed our previous daily backup. This forced us to our weekly backup, which was unfortunately at the end of its time: six days old.

So, the forums are back, but we had a six-day reversion.

This should not have affects on the rest of the site, since the majority of our data is saved in our main-user-database or our games, all on remote machines.
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Forums REversion

The cloud server that hosts the main Skotos web site and the forums experienced a hardware failure on Saturday morning that unfortunately led to severe database corruption. Several attempts to restore it failed.

This led us to our backups, but the timing was a bit unfortunate. Since the failure occurred on a weekend morning, we didn't see it until after a new backup occurred, which contained the corrupted data, and which removed our previous daily backup. This forced us to our weekly backup, which was unfortunately at the end of its time: six days old.

So, the forums are back, but we had a six-day reversion.

This should not have affects on the rest of the site, since the majority of our data is saved in our main-user-database or our games, all on remote machines.
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Courtesy in a Nutshell: Entering and Leaving

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  • Courtesy in a Nutshell: Entering and Leaving

    Dear Denizens,

    Below you will find a simplified list of how one should handle entering and leaving a room and acknowledgements per rank, up to Honored Guest.

    As with most societal rules, they are subject to change with the times, and any changes to protocol will be posted for general education.

    ~ Mistress Sinvy, Patron of the Courtesy Circle
    Lady Sinvy Valmarana
    Her Majesty's Royal Chatelaine
    Mistress of the Cellars
    Sponsor of the Courtesy Circle

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    All

    All
    • You must show proper deference upon entering a room.
    • You must show proper deference upon leaving a room.
    • If you are passing through, a polite, but unobtrusive acknowledgment should be given.
    • You should not make a scene of an entrance or exit without due cause.
    • You should ask your betters for leave if you have been in the same room for a time.
    • You should not ask for leave if such would cause interruption to the better.
    • You should give your deference to the "companion*", if available, of the better if the better is occupied.
    • You should not interrupt a conversation unless invited to join or it is open for discussion.
    • If at a social, you should pay reverence to those of greater rank and then everyone else.
    • When leaving a social, you should take your leave of the host as well as your betters.


    * A companion may be any personal servant or designated escort.
    Lady Sinvy Valmarana
    Her Majesty's Royal Chatelaine
    Mistress of the Cellars
    Sponsor of the Courtesy Circle

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      Commoners; 11th and Honored Guests

      Commoners; 11th and Honored Guests

      Commoners (Non-Ranked):
      • You should bow or curtsy upon entrance and exit.
      • You are required to kneel if Royalty is present in the location.


      Commoners (Honored Guest):
      • You should bow or curtsy to your betters upon entrance and exit.
      • You may bow your head to your peers and lessers.
      • You are required to kneel if Royalty is present in the location.
      Last edited by Sinvy; 02-07-2010, 09:48 PM.
      Lady Sinvy Valmarana
      Her Majesty's Royal Chatelaine
      Mistress of the Cellars
      Sponsor of the Courtesy Circle

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      • #4
        Special Circumstances

        Special Circumstances

        Sentry and Royal Guard:
        • You should always show proper deference.
        • You should bow your head or salute crisply when on duty and encounter a member of the Royal family.
        • You should are exempt from bowing if you are in the middle of chasing a criminal.


        Royal Pages and other Servants:
        • You should always show proper deference.
        • You should bow crisply and make your presence known as unobtrusively as possible when summoned by anyone.


        If any are interested in the rules for Courtiers and above, they may certainly write requesting the lists. Any questions may be sent to myself and I will reply via missive, in person, through a formal meeting or even upon the boards.

        ~ S.
        Lady Sinvy Valmarana
        Her Majesty's Royal Chatelaine
        Mistress of the Cellars
        Sponsor of the Courtesy Circle

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        • #5
          *Neatly re-pinned*

          Head of Lady Sinvy's House
          Patron of the Courtesy Circle
          Royal Seamstress of the Clothiers

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          • #6
            [re-pinned by a jaded woman with a filthy apron]
            Regan le Marechal

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            • #7
              [boldy centered and brought forward]
              Lillian-Rose Annabella Grace (aka "Lilly")
              * Courtier
              * Royal Jeweler
              * Chief Scribe of the Chambers

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              • #8
                [repinned]

                Mistress Tine
                Chronicler of the Court
                Squire to Sir Edstave
                Junior Equerry to Lord Dolph Li'astri

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