The Interordi network is primarily focused on gamers and online communities. Said groups are centered around the forums, our Discord server and the game servers. The main centre of attention changes over time, following the interests of the community. Many stick around as they enjoy the casual atmosphere!
To view the currently available communities and interests, see the homepage!
Logo and name
The name Interordi is used as a common brand for all of my projects published on the Internet and beyond. The name comes from the first two syllables of "inter-communication" and "ordinateur" (the French word for "computer"), the two being terms that caught my attention a long time ago and grew to be a focus of my work, both professional and personnal.
The logo forms the core of the visual identity of the whole network. The red color has been chosen for being visually strong, while the logo can be declined in a single color or grey tones while still being recognizable at any size.
About Stéphane Lemay
I am Stéphane Lemay, currently working as a full-time employee in software development for a company located in Montréal, Québec, Canada.
I developped a strong interest toward computing since elementary school, where I first discovered this technology. It grabbed my attention both on its own along with its applications and derived uses which are getting more and more integrated in our daily lives.
My computer studies began with optional classes back in elementary and high school. At the CÉGEP de Saint-Jérôme, I began to study this domain seriously by eventually receiving my diploma in Computer Techniques. Later on, I moved on to the University de Montréal to get my Baccalaureate in Computer Science, which I obtained three years later.
Along with the needs created by my career and studies, I accomplished several projects related to computer science and software development in my free time. Interordi.com holds the majority of my web programming efforts and projects, with more being available on my GitHub account. The content changes over time to follow my never ending curiosity.
Late 1998: A preliminary version of the site is built in order to regroup all of my existing programming projects at the time. That website was never completed.
August 2000: Interordi.com is put online for the first time.
March 2001: The main website receives a major update in order to improve the browsing experience and to refresh the list of available content.
March 24, 2002: A server crash destroys almost all of the data available on the website. This led to a complete rebuilding of several sections.
July 2002: A new version of the site is put online with an all-new design.
August 2005: For Interordi.com's fifth anniversary, the website is improved once again and becomes the first of the network to be completely standards-compliant.
September 2009: Launch of ION Gamma, a platform for gamers to store and share their online gaming IDs.
November 2011: The Creeper's Lab joins the family and quickly becomes the main focus of activity.
August 2020: Faster, sleeker, modern, the new version of Interordi.com separates the French and English version and is finally mobile-friendly!