Finally one of our major internet products, Project Petaling Street (PPS) has now been revived and is back from its dormant status. Some nasty individuals such as the Sarawakian asshole Alex “Anak Haram” Allied and another anonymous cibai from Penang were part of an illegal terrorist movement to undermine PPS’ credibility by accusing the owner of VCTech Network of extremism. We do not feel the urge to defend ourselves from these cyber-terrorists. Suffice it to say that three months ago, the script PPS was running on started to cause a lot of trouble for us and was hammering the CPU resources on the server it was hosted on, forcing us to suspend the account in order to stabilise the server. PPS is running on a dedicated server with a unique C-Class IP, and we have total control over the account. Therefore, the “Account Suspended” notice that some PPS members saw during this turbulent period was of our own doing and it was not because of any of the nasty rumours that the anonymous cibai from Penang was spreading about PPS.
To cut a long story short, we decided to take PPS offline until a new script could be implemented. That search lasted for three months before we finally decided to go for an open source script which has the many features we envisioned for the future of PPS. The result is what you see now today on Project Petaling Street.
We hope that PPS users will return to the site and start using our service again. We also welcome any feedback and suggestions on the new system that PPS is currently running on.