OK, what is this? Can annyone explain why Twin Galaxies is now on Go Daddy? What's going on? Now I am worried that Twin Galaxies actually IS dead!
You're overreacting folks.
I had to pull the stuff off my server, change the domain name servers on GoDaddy back to what they were. Wait for the domain name server change to go into effect then put the host IP address into the a-records.
It takes about an hour for DNS to change, then it takes another hour for the IP address change to go into effect. If you don't do a lot with DNS, it's not very well known. Years ago it used to take DAYS for DNS to update. Now it's 2 hours to 48 hours, but for most folks it is instant.
So you see GoDaddy (where the domain is registered) until everything is propogated.
I can say admin side of things is back up and running, as is the scoreboard, but the front end is slow to propogate.
For most people within an hour or two the server should be visible again, for others it may take up to 24 to 48 hours. You may need to force refresh as well to make sure it is actually pulling the new IP address. I'm still trying to fix a few things on the end for domain names as the server is configured differently than my personal one.