That link isn't 100% reliable. Basically how it works is that it looks at the URL that it's coming from:
• If the URL includes the topic ID (t=####) then it knows exactly which thread to use.
• If the URL only has the post ID (p=####), however, it looks to see if it's counted a post with that ID. If that post hasn't been counted yet, then it just redirects to the main list of games.
Shouldn't the clock for time-based games be frozen while the forums are down? Especially for The "Thread Necromancy" Game, where the rules explicitly state that time doesn't pass while the thread is locked.
It's technically not locked, it's just not accessible. Also, none of the other times the forum has gone down (so far) have affected the scorekeepers.
If people decide not to include the time the forum is down, I can change the scores, but I'd want to know if everyone else in the thread agrees (which is hard if the forum is down), and it'll probably be easier if I know when the forum will come back up (so I know how much to subtract from the person's score).