Ever since the return of ls.net, I think haven't seen a really "serious" thread on this forum. It's always these 'help-me-I-don't-know-how-to-read-the-manual' questions (no offence, newbs ;)). Is the LS scene really this dead or have all the guys who know what they're doing migrated to ls-universe.info?
My condolences DeViLbOi, keep up the good work :)
Haha and to top it all off, the thread had to be moved!
Seriously, though, I don't think I'd call the LS scene dead... but it's cycling in new people and others seem to be quiet.
To start off with, I was into helping the new users... but recently its just lame ass questions that are answered either in the stickies or 300 times before allready...
But ls.net is definetly 'the' themes site. If there is a new theme out, itll be here.
And DeViLbOi, keep it up, you got a great attitude when it comes to n00bs ;)
Not entirely migrated, but, well, things are, um...working, you know? I'll do something for a few hours, and then think of a missing feature, and have to go through it again...not too many problems with module interactions or anything, these days.
Then you've got that there are three real sites to consider: here (where every noob is linked to), ls-universe.info, and wiki.litestep.com, with ls-themes.org not doing badly, either.
Just before ls.net went down, there was ls-universe.info, and here. Whether it's dwindling or not, I don't know. By the amount of n00bs not reading stickies, I'd say LS is doing OK :).
By the amount of n00bs not reading stickies, I'd say LS is doing OK :).
Yea... lots of silly questions since the site has been back up. It is to be expected, though...