Eugene Meidinger on Mon, 12 Jun 2006 13:37:27 -0500 (CDT)

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Re: [s-d] What news?

On Mon, 2006-06-12 at 11:06 -0400, Daniel Peter Lepage wrote:
> > Just curious as to the status.
> > There hasn't been much active interest, but
> > I've got copies of the Wikis in my purview.
> > Additionally, I could scan my hardcopy of the
> > ruleset and OCR it to Wiki if need be.
> Sorry for my extended silence. I have some backed up wiki data, but it's a
> few months old. I haven't been paying much attention to the game lately,
> and by the looks of it neither has anyone else.
> I would still like to play if there's interest, but I no longer have
> enough time to maintain the website. In fact, I haven't had time for a
> while now, I've just been lucky that there hasn't been much need.
> So before anyone spends time trying to restore the website, I suppose we
> need to ask two questions.
> 1) Who still wants to play? Two isn't really enough, so if it's just
> Triller and I, then the game is pretty much over.
> 2) Who wants to handle administration? I can help with getting the old
> setup running again on a new machine, but after that someone else will
> have to handle the coding side of the nomic. If we have enough interested
> people, it would be worthwhile to set up a team of programmers, instead of
> just having one - that way if one person has to stop, there will already
> be others to step in.

Well now that school is out I have time again so I may be able to help
some. Unfortunately I'm about reliable as the weather so consider
yourself to have 2.5 people. Also a entire restart may be considered. It
would probably be a good way to get some action assuming you can get
enough people to play.

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