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 Volunteers needed!
ukscifiAbout this site.

UKScifi has been around since September 1991 in one form or another. We used to be a team of people who were / still are passionate about Scifi / Fantasy on TV, Books and Video games.

Now it's just me. X-Seti.

I will admit I do not have the time I once had for this site as I have ME/CFS and life is getting a little bit harder each day and more so over the winter period. I also run another project thats completely set aside from this site where I teach people how to computer 3D model and make their own video game maps and show how game engines work.

I am looking for people who can write stories, news articles and help administrate the servers such as the portal, Web and IRC. I have closed the old style mid 90's BBS server boards powered by the Commodore Amiga as the demand for old tech has declined.

I would like to see a revival in Scifi on TV as this can inspire people to think out out of the box as it did me when I studied my computer science. I would never have had the interest if it wasn't for Star Trek The Next Generation and Stargate.

I would like to update the existing servers and services and I am looking for people with ideas on how to best do this so UKScifi can make a come back and survive on the web for another 10 maybe 20 years.

I have never made a profit from this site and maybe never will as it has always been a non-profit community group, but we all live in different and more expensive times where server costs are a lot higher then 10 years ago. I am looking for a way for this site to be able to pay it's own way.

Posted by Z Wednesday, July 08, 2015 (11:06:03)

 We are going to be 20 years old!
ukscifiJan 1st 2012 - Changes.

The Contact form has been disabled - Contact can only be made via Email (keith@ukscifi.net)

Progress with the new site has been slow due to myself with a long term illness however this year I hope to make some changes and get back into developing this site.

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of UKScifi.net I plan to upgrade the site from Dragonfly Cms to something completely new and modern.

I began the site on my old Amiga2000 as a server box back in October 1991 in the hope of building a community for people with the same interests as me in early Internet applications, Scifi films and television programs

The server started out as a BBS board (Gopher server), IRC, FTP and Telnet communications.


Then we took to building a website with other types of web services and five website redesigns later we found our way to Dragonfly csm.

We have had technical problems in the past with Dragonfly's mysql database that lead to the loss of some content, but with the new site I hope to bring all of this back.

I am looking for individuals to help me rebuild the community. If you would like to make a contribution please contact me on here by emailing keith(AT)ukscifi(DOT)net

I would like not just to have Scifi but real science topics on the site like the science behind what we see on our TV screens and what has made it from scifi in the past to what we have in reality today.

More importantly to me I would like this site to be a place for fans to call their own and decide where this site goes maybe for another 20 years.
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