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JUNE/JULY 2006 UPDATES

QUOTE OF THE MONTH:
        ""Aries: (March 21—April 19)
                God will confess that He does play dice with the universe, but explain that He used the 16-sided kind during His Creation-spanning game of Dungeons & Dragons.": The Onion




29/July/2006

        Added Knights of the Old Republic Armour and Equipment, Knights of the Old Republic Accessories, Knights of the Old Republic Grenades and Mines and Knights of the Old Republic Energy Shields to the Star Wars D/6 The Equipment Section, all incredibles contributions by Joe St Laurent, of which we'll see more next week.       


25/July/2006

        Received the following email from Chad Peter and wanted to bring it to everyone's attention.

        First off, my apologies for the spam-ish nature of this email. I'm doing my best to promote my latest short film, "Roleplayed".

        The flick is 15mins long and available for download from my website, etc, etc. It was inspired by the fact that I had to move away from my old gaming group and now have to deal with the fact that I can't roleplay (at least, not yet). It's got some foul language and some intense moments in it, despite the fact that it's a dark comedy.

        I'd love any help promoting the release of the film that you'd be willing to give! Thanks!

The movie:

        http://www.np2k.com/videos/Roleplayed_H264.mov

135 MBytes - H264. Quicktime 7 required.

15 minutes running time

The official website:

        http://www.np2k.com/roleplayed.php

        Thanks for your time, Freddy!


        Well I've watched it, and I loved it, so head on over and give him all the support that he deserves for this truly brilliant piece of work.


23/July/2006

        Added Knights of the Old Republic Implants to the Star Wars D/6 The Equipment Section, another fantastic contribution by Joe St Laurent, many thanks to him.       


16/July/2006

        Well, I've finally gotten around to doing a new poll, so the old one can finally finish. And the winner of this 6 month poll is Serenity, with the Imperial Star Destroyer coming a close second in this poll of Coolest vessels. The previous winner, The Millenium Falcon comes third, with the full results looking like. . .



        The new poll is simply which current Sci-Fi/Cult TV series is the best, some of these are brand new, and my main reason for asking is so that I know which ones to catch :-).


15/July/2006

        Added Bastion-Class Deep Space Station to the Star Wars D/6 Starships Section a contribution by Slinger, Rothana Heavy Engineering Low Altitude Assault Transport/Cargo to the Star Wars D/6 Vehicles Section a contribution by Matti98136, Industrial Automaton T3 Technician Droid to the Star Wars D/6 Equipment Section a contribution by Brandon Koller (who's email address will not be revealed) and Joe St. Laurent's "The Force" to the Star Wars D/6 The Force Section.

        Well, I'm going to try to keep updates weekly from now on, but I'll try to make them larger than the old ones, but it remains to be seen whether I will or not. Some people may be disappointed that the additons today aren't as numerous as they hoped, but since the "The Force" contribution is itself over 29,000 words, I think theres plenty to look through until the next update. I'll try to get the poll changed tomorrow.


10/June/2006

        Okay, its been nearly six months since I did something here, but I just paid to keep the site for another year so thought I'd better let everyone know what is going on.

        Firstly rumour control, RPGGamer.org is not going to disappear, I'm in a job now, so the hosting and domain registration costs are easily covered (hell I could even get my employers to host the site and pay for the domain, but I prefer to keep my life and job somewhat seperate). In fact the site is safer now than when I had plenty of time to run it since while I was a student the cost for the site was nearly what I was living on each week.

        Since I'm working now, my time is really cut down, and I have probably left myself hugely overextended which is why RPGGamer.org has had to suffer, during the last six months I've had a period of working two jobs at the same time, I am now developing another couple of projects, and am learning to drive, all of which leaves me with NO spare time.

        However this is coming to an end, I'm only working one job, I've got my driving test date booked, etc, etc.

        But on coming back to this site I find myself wondering what to do, today I removed the link to the guestbook, and deleted the 13,000 spam messages which had accrued in it over the last couple of months (I cleared it out in about february as well). I removed some crude hacking attempts from the Boot Hill section (fortunately L created very robust code for that section when he did it) and various other maintenance work.

        But I find myself wondering if the backend code needs a complete reworking (as a full time PHP developer I look at my early work and find it crude to say the least), or if its `good enough` for the purpose for which it serves.

        Anyway, thanks for all the emails over the last few months, I'll get back to everyone sometime soonish, and let me know what you think I should do.




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