I have been building Romae.org over the past 10 years. It started out as a learning management system for me and my students and then I got the bright idea to try and grow it into an online community for other Latin students. Seeing as I was kind of alone in teaching Latin in South Florida, I was looking to connect with others (this was in 2007, when even Facebook was a relatively new tool) and so I continued to build. A hobby turned into an obsession; I attended conferences and drummed up support for Romae. I added the Amicitia as a social network that would enable Latin students, teachers, and enthusiasts to exchange ideas. I grew busier and busier in my own life, teaching and building various Latin programs over the years.
Then, some little detail escaped my attention and I lost my server. I was looking at 10 years of work gone. I managed to recover it piece by piece. The work you see before you is an attempt at getting it back online. Sorry for the inconvenience!