I've taken over for Pat as the maintainer of the site, and it has taken a little longer than I would have liked to get it all approved here & get a server in place to house the content.
As a starting point, Pat has graciously given me the content of his site & that is what you will find if you go to the site right now. I will start making additions to the site next week, so if you have any scenarios you want to contribute -- please do & I'll get them incorporated as soon as I can!
I want to personally thanks you for stepping up to maintain and host this site. It was a great help to many when it was up the first time around, and I look forward to seeing all the CCME and CUE fans out there contributing to this site to continue to improve it so that it becomes the key place folks come for product help.
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