Sapphire needs a new denser server for GitGud, Mixtape, and Tavrn and we're starting a GoFundMe campaign to raise the funds to increase our server capacity for 2021 and onward.
What Happened? When we converted our Apache configuration to NGINX, we used an automated tool and it did not convert the "no PHP execution access" on our avatar and cover uploads. This allowed a 3rd party to upload and execute a PHP shell in which they could possibly downloaded a
> We're sorry we have have been quiet for the past year. We'd like to discuss why that is in another post. In this post we will be discussing more immediate matters relating to Mixtape.moe. -Mike Our recent abuse reports have established a pattern of malicious content being uploaded to
We've started a migration from one blog platform to another. To view our previous posts in the meantime, you can visit: https://blog-archive.sapphire.moe [https://blog-archive.sapphire.moe/] We'll migrate the posts over as well.
t’s been just a week since the initial launch of Tavrn Tap and we’ve been really busy testing, fixing, and working on improvements for Tap. New Features * The Guild Directory * Started work on Desktop Notifications * Mute a user * Broadcast message to Tavrn Changes * New Composer Design * Guild channel
The past month has been exciting and chaotic. In just a month, we went from an idea we had during a casual conversation to a usable product, of which we will be releasing the first initial beta version as of right now. Today, we are introducing Tavrn Tap [https://tap.
The last 4 months have been very busy and productive, for us here at Sapphire, and we couldn’t have done it without your support. Your donations make everything we do here at Sapphire possible and we would just like to thank everyone that helps contribute. Whether it’s funding
What’s up everyone, it’s been a very busy month for us. We’re working hard and fast now on our projects, especially Tavrn.gg [https://tavrn.gg/]. We’ve made a lot of progress in just the past month, even if we’ve been a little quiet on
It’s been a while. So much happened in April, I broke the post into 3 different posts and then just was too overwhelmed to finish them. The summer has brought various fixes to our Accounts SSO (Single Sign On) system. Also a lot of GitGud support issues. Stuff being
The end of March is here (and past) already and we’re posting and update post to catch you all up with what’s new and what’s about to happen. Upcoming April changes with GitGud * We’re going to stop sign ups on GitGud.io starting April 15th. * They