Note to anyone who's still listening: The 'new new (9.2.0)' catcoin thread is heavily moderated/censored and any discussion of why it was a botched upgrade will get your posts deleted. See the previously mentioned catcoin uncensored thread for details.
To summarize: the new 9.2.0 release removed the 30 second block time limit immediately, before the advertised fork block (fork4block) in the code. This 'bug' resulted in a miner finding and posting block 44227
with a timestamp *before* the previous block. This caused an immediate fork between the two codebases because the original 9.1.1 release rejected that block, while the new code accepted it.
My suggestion to the 'new new' thread is open an discussion on if you think it's ethical to continue to mine on top of the negative timestamp block and screw over anyone who did not upgrade immediately, or do you want to screw over anyone who's been mining on the early-fork chain because the topic poster has deleted any posts mentioning the problem?