The site has finally reached a stage that I found it worthwhile to invest in a proper VPS for it. Migration is now complete and the base URL is http://folding.axihub.ca
although the other two will redirect to it anyway. This is the easiest way to keep all existing links working rather than go back and update all the links and hope that people update their book marks.
Graphical Nav Menu
I'm still looking for help on logos for the graphical menu detailed in this thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/1310746/call-for-folding-related-logos
with a live example up at http://folding.axihub.ca/home2.php
I've implemented a bug/suggestion trackers system at http://bugs.axihub.ca
where you can make yourself an account and start submitting bugs and/or suggestions for the folding stats site. I will work on a guide tonight on the entire process of creating an account and reporting an issue with screen shots and give it a page on the stats site.
The process is simple enough for the most part:
1) Request a username
2) Verify via email
3) Create a password
4) Login and click "Report Issue"
5) Select a section of the site to report the issue under on the very top-right of the windows
6) Enter the required info and any extra info
7) Submit the issue
You will receive updates of the bug/suggestion via email like any other ticket system. As a "reporter" you can view all active issues so check them first before reporting an issue.
While I'm perfectly fine being the sole developer of the stats site, I have no talent for the actual design. What you see is about as creative as I was able to get. I'm an very open to suggestions on design ideas wether it be tweaks the layout, color scheme, or even full page ideas and new graphs to include.
Ideas can be submitted in this thread or in the bug tracker as it supports attachements.
Currently beta testing is done by the community. I normally catch major issues on my test server and rely on you to help me find small bugs I might have missed. Because updates are normally relatively small and quick, I tend to just make sure the page loads properly, dispalys the required info, and then push it to the live site.
If there is enough interest, I might open up the test server to some more people. This would the beta server would get fast and small updates, and the live site would get larger updates at a slower interval.