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  #6 New July 9th, 2007 11:17 PM
Way too much!

Seriously though work goes apace on the Imperial Encyclopedia (many thanks to Dan Corrin for all of his hard work and help!). It's not ready yet for prime-time as we are still getting all the needed templates and extensions in place, but it shouldn't be too long.

The CotI Groups I am also about ready to beta test with the Moot subscribers. Basically CotI Groups are personal forums that can be created by Moot members on any topic gaming, sci-fi, horror, fantasy, books, movies, tv shows, etc. that related to our hobby. These groups can be made public or private depending on the desire of the person creating the group.

I'm also totally rebuilding the store to fully integrate into the new site designs and functions. This will include the eLibrary as well.

On the Traveller front, I'm still looking for Moot Articles ($50), Location Writeups ($50), Traveller's Aides ($250) and EPIC Adventures ($250). If you have something bigger you are interested in maybe seeing published, send me an email and we can talk.

Back to work for me, see you on the forums!
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#4 July 11th, 2007 04:27 AM
Berg Says:
I would do the Guidebook and dabble in GRiP as this would probably bring the best return the quickest... but the GRiP site would be good for exposure...
#3 July 10th, 2007 07:48 PM
hunter Says:
GRiP and the Guidebook are my next personal focus once I get the site where I want it. As a rough note for my previous post, a page is generally 600-700 words after layout.
#2 July 10th, 2007 07:48 PM
hunter Says:
On the parameters, not at the moment. Best thing I can give you as a reference are the TAs and EPICs already out as your guideline. For articles, those will go in the Moot and should be a 4 or so pages worth of info. The Location writeups should be 4-8 pages accompanied with appropriate maps (which need to be clear enough for me to redo if necessary. They don't have to be beautiful or artist quality, though if you can give me something I don't need to redo it would be nice).
#1 July 10th, 2007 04:23 PM
Berg Says:
The CotI Groups sound very interesting... nice feature for subscribers, good for campaign journals and pet projects. As a FYI, I guess work is also somewhat happening on the new GRiP subdomain and a little GRiP 4... Is there a writeup on the parameters for Moot Articles ($50), Location Writeups ($50), Traveller's Aides ($250) and EPIC Adventures ($250)?
 


 
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