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  1. I know you guys must feel like things are going about a hundred miles an hour with the good ol' SSMB this past week, but it's all in aid of some urgent and very important maintenance upgrades that are long past due. After our forum reshuffle and the inclusion of a new feature, we're going to be spending some time working on some heavy upgrades and maintenance on the forum software. For you, this might mean the following potential effects: Member Maintenance: We will be going through our backlog of members to determine what sort of data can be culled in order to improve site performance. Don't worry, this will not impact any active SSMB account. We will only be looking at user accounts that either have suspicious historical activity, or who have not yet logged in/are stuck in the verification process (and have no record of post/login activity). What this potentially does mean, is that if you once registered an account with us and forgot about it before verifying (or you got stuck, gave up and registered again successfully) then that user data - including assigned email addresses and other user information - will be deleted. Major Theme Disruption/Rollbacks: We will be making some major upgrades to the forum software over the weekend. This might mean a significant amount of downtime, but more permanently this is likely to mean a temporary rollback of the current forum design to a default InvisionCommunity theme. This probably isn't what a lot of you want to hear (I have definitely noticed the confusion over the lack of the Sonical Dark theme - that honestly was an accident and not planned), but it's an absolutely necessary step for us to take before we can take the SSMB and TSS to the next step of its evolution. There might be more unforeseen issues that occur as well - so please bear with us as we do the necessary behind-the-scenes work to improve things for you all. As I've said about sixteen times already this week... 'Pardon our Dust'.
  2. The changes keep on coming, don't they? After our ongoing 'spring' cleaning of the Sonic discussion forums (which isn't finished, by the way - there's a lot of stuff to re-organise, at least a decade and a half's worth), we rolled out a new feature for the SSMB/TSS. It's called 'Our Picks', and allows site staff (and forum moderators) to highlight interesting and hot topics they see posted across the community. We are nothing without the incredible community that comes here and shares news, opinions and stories with one another. It's what separates TSS/SSMB from every other fansite, and we're going to be highlighting that dedication even more over the coming months. 'Our Picks' is part of that emphasis on you - the true blue Sonic fan! You can visit the Our Picks section here. There will also be an Our Picks widget set underneath the forum list on the SSMB homepage. Refer to it to catch up on the best topics and content across the entire Sonic community on a given day. As this feature evolves, we will also highlight fantastic material posted in our archives - from fantastic SSMB Community Events to snapshots of everyone's reactions to hot stories of yesteryear. We will also be looking to tie rewards into this system in the future, so those of you who share the hottest news the second it drops (remember, if you're posting in the Sonic discussion forums - New News = New Topic!) will be recognised for being a fantastic member of the Sonic the Hedgehog online community. Hope you find the Our Picks feature useful, and let us know what you think of these changes in the reply box below!
  3. Dreadknux

    SEGASonic Radio

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    The world's greatest Sonic the Hedgehog-themed radio is now back as a weekly show on The Sonic Stadium's Twitch channel! Tune in every Friday at 7pm EST and chill with GX with a selection of music tracks from SEGA's mascot franchise. Catch the show via Twitch right here: https://twitch.com/sonicstadium Archives of every show will be made available on TSS' YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLd0dcxHwgLsqLIZWxgxYCjyUz10CpFJ7P
  4. Dreadknux

    The Sonic Stadium's Anniversary

    This very website was launched to the world on Tuesday 24 October, 2000. In 2021, this website will be TWENTY ONE YEARS OLD. Kind of mind-blowing right? Let's celebrate and stuff!
  5. Time for a site update! We want to prepare for the imminent re-blossoming of everyone's favourite Sonic community, so to do that we're mixing things up with our discussion boards. Over the next day or so, you might find the number of Sonic-specific discussion forums expand, and topics moved around (or even split up) to suit their new homes. We know that up until now, there has been three major Sonic forums, and they've all gotten a little bit stale and strange over the years as discussion about different Sonic media is merged and Megathreads rule over all. We want to invite a little more pep to the proceedings, by giving specific media their own breathing space and encouraging more exciting posting activity. What Forums Will Be Affected Sonic Fan Games Club Upcoming Sonic Games These two forums will be either removed/replaced or 'sunset' as we introduce new forums that will aim to be a more appropriate home. New Forums Incoming: 'Sonic Games' - This will be the new home of all chat related to official Sonic games. You will be free to chat about news on upcoming Sonic games, as well as discuss more openly about classic titles and talk about mobile games as well. Whatever you fancy. 'Sonic Comics' - A forum dedicated to all forms of official Sonic comic media. IDW will lead the show here we suspect, but discussions on Archie, Fleetway's Sonic the Comic, esoteric Japanese manga and more will be more than allowed. 'Sonic TV/Film' - Discuss the latest on the Hollywood Sonic movies, as well as things like Netflix's Sonic Prime and legacy cartoons such as AoSth, SatAM, Sonic Boom, Underground and more. 'Sonic Community' - This one is a little special, and is not the same as the already-existing 'Showcase' forum. The purpose of this forum is to discuss cool events, projects and works created by the broader Sonic community. It's not intended to be a place to share your own fan works or to promote YouTube channels; for example, discussions about the Sonic Amateur Games Expo and some of the games that exist in that show belongs in this forum, as do things like Sonic & Tails R. Some cool artwork you've done, or your own project, should go in Showcase. In the future, we will introduce SSMB community events that will belong in this forum too. 'Sonic Merchandise' - Merch is now a big part of the Sonic scene, and we want to open up a forum that will encourage discussion on all the latest to come from that side of the franchise. New LEGO products, Jakks Pacific toys, books, exclusive clothing lines, new music soundtracks... all belong here. You can continue to use the Marketplace forum to sell or trade items you own; this new forum is simply about discussing new merch news or sharing old bits of merch you may have in your collection. New Rule: New News, New Topic In order to justify the existence of these new forums, we want to introduce a new rule (or maybe relax an old one). In the past, we have insisted that multiple threads for the same project/product should not be allowed, and that any new developments for a game (for example) should remain in a single topic. This sub-rule doesn't make much sense in today's age of discussion and fan activity surrounding breaking news - nobody wants to go diving into a 60-page long topic just to catch up on news. But, we're not totally removing this rule. Instead, we are just relaxing the current situation and allowing for members to post new topics for the same game/movie/product if there is significant new news announced for it. For example, if SEGA releases a new trailer for Sonic Colours Ultimate and it unveils a new mode or something, that is worthy of a new topic. If Takashi Iizuka says something interesting about Sonic Colours Ultimate a day later, that too is worthy of a new topic. If SEGA releases a bunch of new screenshots for Sonic Colours Ultimate - new topic (or maybe this one can be relegated to a screenshots-specific megathread, we'll see). If IGN or Gamespot reviews Sonic Colours Ultimate on its own, this is not new topic worthy (although a 'Review Roundup' collecting a bunch of reviews from different outlets MIGHT be considered worthy of a new topic). As we're introducing this as a new sub-rule, specifics about what can be considered news and not-news may change and the sub-rule may be redefined over the course of the next few months, as we understand how the community responds to it. We trust you all to use your common sense and best judgement as to what should be considered a new topic (or news) - if it's something truly new that you find interesting, then it could well be worth posting a new topic about! Megathreads Still Have a Purpose All this is to say that Megathreads will not be going away, or killed off. There are still loads of uses for a Megathread for a particular game. What I would say is that Megathreads should be for general discussion about a game (your opinion on how it plays, questions about the game etc) while discussion within a news topics about a game should exclusively be about the news being presented in the original post. Megathreads can also be used to talk about news about a game as well... but general discussion about a game should not feature in a news topic. It might not be worth having a Megathread for some products (i.e. Sonic Movie), and it might be worth having a Megathread for a particular issue of a comic rather than the entire IDW Sonic line. But how Megathreads evolve around the concept of "new news, new topic" is up to you guys. We hope these changes will spark some insightful discussion, excited news chat and open talk about parts of the Sonic fanbase/franchise that we have not really touched before in any great detail. Let's make this a home for every kind of Sonic fan!
  6. Slingerland

    TSS Interview: Mike Pollock

    http://sonicstadium.org/article/interview/...ce-of-dr-eggman Mike's a cool dude.
  7. Well, since this is probably the only place the post this.. might as well say something. I've created a little wiki about SSMB, though it is pretty empty right now, you can help contribute. Make anything related to this site's history, members, events, etc. Here's a link. I made this to wiki in order to get people familiar with oru community, and have a little bit of fun doing it. a.k.a boosting our egos dur -Sean So yeah, decide what you wanna do. (. .)
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