I shut the site down quickly after a CMS vulnerability had been exploited, but what started as waiting for a hotfix turned into six years. While it was great that people found my code useful, I was mentally burdened trying to keep it updated and supported, especially for code I no longer needed myself. The site being down gave me a sense of freedom to focus on other parts of my life.
Occasionally I would have a fleeting desire for a space to post my thoughts, or solution to an obscure issue, stuff that didn’t quite fit into StackOverflow or Reddit. Finally I sat down and worked out how to convert the old CMS data to WordPress.
And here we are… Welcome again to my small corner of the internet.