Rescue Ranger Database
The Rescue Ranger Database, or RRDatabase, is a repository of fan work started by Matt Plotecher in 1996 and later taken over by Winston who hosted it on his private server for almost three years. On June 27, 2007, Tanka took over the RRDatabase. The Acorn Cafe thread about the change of online location, including a message from Winston to the Rangerphiles, can be found here. On July 3, 2011, Winston returned as the administrator of the RRDatabase as mentioned both on the site itself and at the Acorn Cafe.
From the RRDatabase's site:
Now over seven years old, the RRDatabase was started by Matt Plotecher as an effort to be a comprehensive collection of important fanwork relating to the show "Chip'N'Dale's Rescue Rangers". In that pursuit, it has generally succeeded, coming to be regarded as one of the major resources of the fandom. In July of 2004, responsibility for maintaining the site was transferred to Winston.
The RRDatabase has gone through many different incarnations - it began life as static HTML, evolved to include small amounts of SSI, began using CGI when that was no longer sufficient, adopted some modest PHP when CGI became too cumbersome to fill all that was needed, and has been growing in complexity and degree of dynamic content ever since (PHP started it's tenure here as a sort of side-show for some minor features, but has grown to the point in subsequent codebase redesigns that the site can truly be reckoned to be powered by PHP, built from the ground up with PHP at it's core).
Under Winston, the RRDatabase has intentionally adopted a stance of inclusion toward fanwork of all content levels, excluding graphic sexual depictions. This degree of free reign is relatively rare among major CDRR fan websites, many of which have historically set a much more strict cap on content they are willing to include or link to.
Currently (early July 2011), the RRDatabase is being upgraded and given some new functionality by Winston, and new content is added again, too.