That is a snapshot of the rougelike news site which I archived when it was announced it was going down since it still had useful links and info at the time. But back when it was online it was pretty much the first site I went to when I got online to see if any roguelikes got updated to play around with. It's safe to say I checked out the DUNG site shortly after the posting since I was real interested in game creation stuff, having no decent programming talent just yet.
BYOND certainly has changed
a lot since I started using it. In fact when I joined there weren't even forums for it yet and all there was, was a few demos, and night soil. A shame I haven't really done too much during all that time especially recently. My last game was Racing Game which I initially released over half that time ago. So aside from updating my libraries I've pretty much just been a lurker.
And I know someone is going to point out that my key date doesn't match. So I suggest checking out Dan or Tom's key date or anyone's really old key and you'll notice they all show the same date. That's since the key system has also changed a bit. Originally there was a simple web form for requesting a key and it wasn't automatically processed. You had to wait a bit for them the email you back the key file. That and keys required periodic reactivation which never worked just right for me which is why there is a theodis2 key, theodis3 key, theodis4 key, etc. I ended up just making new keys every time my last one died. This was after the process was automated and before the old keys got updated which is why my theodis2 key shows an older date.
Anyway enough ranting about my key and hopefully BYOND will be around another 10 years for me to lurk around!