You're not the first person to suggest adding credits to the initial submission page. Personally, I'd love to see a simple "click here to add credits" button/link that would expand the form to include credits so you can do it all in one go.
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An even better question would be, are they even going to take this into consideration or do we have to use the "Contact Staff" form which makes no sense since they can already read this here. Seriously speaking, I don't mean to complain, but the staff here at RHDN have become overly bureaucratic. You guys know that this a fan site and not a real business, right? I'm just saying, take it easy. We don't need the second coming of the Spanish Inquisition.
Because the interface doesn't allow me to.All I would do in a case like this is select unheadered ROM in the dropdown, and note in the description there is also a patch for headered.
In theory I fully agree, but in practice most of ROMs in my hard disc aren't clean for some reason. I belive it's how LIPS works that makes it so easy to apply patches and dones't back up the original by default.
Ultimately RHDN has to do what is best for the community.
Do you think it might be better for really old hacks on this site that require headers to get updated by someone to be versions that no longer require it?
Legend of Zelda, The (U) (PRG0) [!].nes
MD5: 337BD6F1 A1163DF3 1BF26336 65589AB0
SHA1: DAB79C84 934F9AA5 DB4E7DAD 390E5D0C 12443FA2
Maybe a rule should be made about submitting patches or translations: Never add a patcher alongside the patch and the readme; and make it a separate download. Or any type of executable for that matter.That might help on some individual pages. Personally I'd rather see RHDN impose as few limitations as possible on people's distributions. But then you have situations where executables are unavoidable, such as custom patchers, and we certainly aren't going to go back and modify the archives for existing submissions. Aside from those sorts of issues, we would still have to address the fact that the executables that trigger false positives are still on RHDN.
i wonder how old, HaxorKyo, is. because his/her hacks all strike me as REAL immature and childish. i'm guessing the main purpose of these hacks are nothing more than trolling.