Published on 2022-08-06 21:49:07
Last edited on 2022-08-11 17:23:49
As already stated a while back on our Discord server, the massive hardware database from Ultimate Retro (previously known as Ultimate Hardware 2019) is merging with the user experience provided by The Retro Web.
This decision came in after life got in the way and started proving difficult to provide well-deserved continuous development efforts for this project. By joining the teams, we are gaining two more active developers, two impressive knowledge sources and an even larger supporters' community.
Rest assured, if you are investing your own money on us, it won't go to waste, as it will be used for sustaining the technical infrastructure and as a moral reminder to keep us going and make you people happy and satisfied.
The project will maintain the current theretroweb.com domain, but there may be some breaking changes because of the new underlying content management engine, so make sure to check your links, bookmarks and similar after we go live in our new form.
Since some links are missing or out of date, here's a quick list:
Zago wrote this articleBorn in 2000, the Millenium Bug affected me by making me believe to be in 1998 and that Windows 98 is still cutting-edge technology. Modern and retro tech enthusiast, I'm studying Computer Engineering while maintaining, developing and writing for this website.