For those of you who remember....
ttyymmnn last edited by ttyymmnn
These past two days have felt an awful lot like the first couple of days when Kinja went live. They launched it with absolutely no instructions, and everybody was scrambling to figure out how to make it work. What happened next was an awesome community coming together to help each other out. What makes this experience even better, though, is that we have a developer who actually cares about the product and the users. Thanks to all for continuing to be awesome, and thanks to jminer et al for all of the hard work.
CB last edited by
@ttyymmnn never forget every time Kinja had a hard break. The launch was rough.
SamV8 last edited by
I wish I could say I remember the early days of kinja but I have a terrible memory and don't really remember it, I think I was there for it but not 100% sure
nth256 last edited by
What came before Kinja? Wasn't it Tiger?
ttyymmnn last edited by
@nth256 I don't remember if it had a name. Kinja was Nick Denton's grand master plan to take over the world with the greatest website engine every designed. He expected that people would be beating a path to his door to buy it for their own sites. Yeah, not so much. There are cached pages from pre-Kinja days (I think) but others would know more about that than I.
CarsOfFortLangley last edited by
Thanks for being there!
MidEngine last edited by
Impressive progress in such a short time! Dude has skillz
davesaddiction last edited by davesaddiction
@nth256 Tiger was the early code name for Kinja.
There was the tiger=off extension that worked for a while!
RallyDarkstrike last edited by
Pre-Kinja was before the time I joined...