Is No Longer Closing!

Stop Press: I'm no longer closing down!

Stop, Stop Press: the site move is happening on 9 June 2020. More Info.

A brand new site is under development and I've had a generous offer to host the site. We're still ironing things out, so I'm not making a formal announcement yet, but things are looking very good.

Even in the unlikely event the plans don't work out, the new site will still go ahead on GitHub.

You can see an early development version of the new site at

Finally, do take care of yourselves in these difficult times - stay well


  1. Thx. You stay well too.

  2. BillSTP12:38 am

    Nice to hear a bit of good news today :-)

  3. Good news...!!!! Thanks

  4. Anonymous9:14 am

    This is so awesome news! Even with the many modern development environments out there, there is a whole underforest of developers still using Delphi. Important websites like yours are worth a ton. So many resources disappeared over the years, and can only partly be found using wayback machine.

    THANK YOU for keeping this up!! Stay awesome (and safe).

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