ExoticA - The Wiki!

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ExoticA - The Wiki!

Post by XtC »

Ey up!

Not sure why BuZz hasn't mentioned this yet, I guess he's still nursing the hangover from hell! :lol:

Anyways, ExoticA has now officially become a wiki! :shock:

The site went live over the weekend, so now you guys can contribute directly to ExoticA when you feel the need.
Cheers!

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Yeh. I wanted to tweak a few things before, but it's fine. We should do a proper big announcement though and inform the various news sites. Just want to make sure nothing major is broken! :) already realised I forgot to stop the swedish mirror, and i moved some stuff around so it mirrored the new exotica rather than the old. oops

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Grats!! It looks great, and switching to a WIKI was a great idea.... I like that the old website is still available, after so many years it's like an old friend :). In the media/magazines page I couldn't find Newsflash, so I added the link.

I'm still working on http://www.amigacoding.com btw. I've got some plans but didn't get around to them yet due to deadlines at work. (like probably switching to a faster hosting account, add more references/downloads and some secret plans).
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I've got a load of "lost in translation" stuff lined up. Does the forum registration work on the Wiki or are they separate?

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I love Bob Wakelin's description of EPIC and the link to Wikipedia ;)

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forum and wiki registration are separate.

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Ey up!
alexh wrote:I love Bob Wakelin's description of the cover art for EPIC and the link to Wikipedia ;)
His descriptions are sometimes more colourful than the artwork! :shock:

I'm just glad that he's happy to share his work and memories with us.

alexh wrote:I've got a load of "lost in translation" stuff lined up.
Cool! I'm looking forward to seeing pages being populate by other people. I'm guessing that SotB will be part of your contribution? :)
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Ey up!
alexh wrote:I've got a load of "lost in translation" stuff lined up. Does the forum registration work on the Wiki or are they separate?
BUMP!

I guess you've still got loads of "Lost in Translation" stuff still lined up then? :wink:

What game/film pages were you planning on contributing too?
Cheers!

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Ey up!

Mega-BUMP!
alexh wrote:I've got a load of "lost in translation" stuff lined up.
That line of stuff must be out of the house and down the street by now (hint)! :roll:
Cheers!

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