By Erick Posted in Blogosphere — Comments (25) / Email this page » / Leave a comment »
Four years ago on July 12th, RedState turned on the lights.
In August of 2006, we turned off scoop and turned on Drupal.
Tonight, between 10 - 11 p.m., we'll be turning off Drupal and turning on something new. Our official launch of RedState 3.0 will begin Monday and we have a lot of surprises in store for you.
Right now, the new site is at http://beta.redstate.com and your account works there.
If you have a space in your user name, you'll need to use the "_" in place of the space. Your password was transferred. If you are posting a diary here today, you might want to hop on over to the new site and post there too. Tonight, http://beta.redstate.com becomes http://www.redstate.com and this site goes to a read-only archive. Anything posted at the beta site today will transfer over as part of the new site tonight.
While I'm at it, let me extend a big thanks to Neil and Robert for their tremendously hard work under difficult and aggravating circumstances to get us here. Let me also thank Josh, Ben, Mike, Clayton, and everyone else here at RedState for one heck of a great four years.
It's been fun. I hope the new site will make it even more enjoyable and productive for all of us in the RedState Community.
See you tonight at the new site and, until then, I'll be hanging around here.