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General Discussion / Re: I so realized RHDN has thousand or so users.
« on: December 04, 2016, 07:51:34 pm »
However there is a topic somewhere on the forum where somebody also tallied the number of releases to show there have been increasing releases most years as well. The data doesn't seem to suggest anything otherwise.
That was me.  ;) http://www.romhacking.net/forum/index.php/topic,20987.msg294094.html#msg294094

Front Page News / Re: Translations: New Translations Added to the Database
« on: November 19, 2016, 05:50:00 am »
Heh, I was more interested in whether it's something I'd be up for (re)translating or not. :)

Front Page News / Re: Translations: New Translations Added to the Database
« on: November 19, 2016, 05:03:56 am »
How big is the Last Armageddon script in kilobytes?

Nintendo sucks, QED.

Site Talk / Re: How this site is viewed
« on: November 04, 2016, 05:22:25 pm »
Lol. I'll update those.

EDIT: Updated!

Site Talk / Re: How this site is viewed
« on: November 02, 2016, 04:48:14 am »
Didn't Mugi just necro it?

Site Talk / Re: Little feature request
« on: October 04, 2016, 06:40:23 pm »
I'd like to flip that around and say that chrome is the only stubborn browser that gives you a datepicker in that case. Chrome has a reputation with me for arbitrarily breaking W3C specs, sometimes they're even worse than IE does things. I've had way too many times that a dev had thrown together a site and looked at it in Chrome, only for me to come back and show them that functionality hopelessly broken in FF and IE.
I'll add that I use the date field to be semantically accurate, and it has the side effect  of offering date picker functionality in Chrome.

Front Page News / Re: Translations: Vixen 357 is out!
« on: October 03, 2016, 10:19:47 am »
Woohoo! More Mega Drive goodness. Congrats on a nice looking translation.

Congrats! If you ever feel like taking on Bistro Cupid let me know. Braveknight might be cool too.

Site Talk / Re: Hacks Guidelines Revision
« on: September 30, 2016, 01:41:03 pm »
To be honest with you, adding a copyright license to a hack sounds really... odd.  Has anyone done that before?

Have you ever used someone else's code in your application? Gnu, MIT, and CC licenses are extremely common in open source software. It's kind of how it works.

Site Talk / Re: Qs regarding News text and News images
« on: September 22, 2016, 09:17:58 pm »
Its soundtrack.

Site Talk / Re: Hacks Guidelines Revision
« on: September 18, 2016, 03:44:57 am »
Can't get in touch with the original author? Then don't make the hack/improvement.
How about adding either optionally, or mandatorily, a creative commons license to submitted hacks/translations so authors can make it clear (or the terms of the site can dictate) what their intentions are for modification?

Sylvanians on a board was pretty dammed funny.

Post up at Nintendo Life, hope your work gets it's deserved attention. Great work. :thumbsup:
Thanks! Always fun to see your playthroughs and check out the comments. :)

Yeah, i'm gonna second this. The font is really hard to read. =\
Have you guys actually fired up the patch and tried it in-game?

Site Talk / Re: Social media sharing
« on: August 07, 2016, 01:38:20 am »
I still standby my poser comment. You run the possibility of people wearing the title of "hacker" as a fashion statement, not because they had any earnest interest in the hobby or community, but because they want to seem cool like they were from The Matrix or something (potentially followed by condescending asshole behavior because they are hot shit now for being a "hacker").
Have you been on this site before? I'm pretty sure that's been a feature of the scene since the very beginning, and I daresay it continues now. Granted things got a bit better, but mostly because some people grew up, and some left. Which is still basically my point. Fresh blood seems like the last thing we should be wringing our hands about.

FYI: There is already a RHDN Twitter feed @RHDNTranslations, not to mention Spinner8's @surprise_news. I suspect the RHDN feed is not official, but that's my point. It's not like this isn't already out there. Perhaps it's easier to just leave all this up to others since they will do it anyway, but there's a risk of losing control of your own brand.

I have noticed that news posts may not have their own pages or permalinks, so perhaps there are some technical considerations around social media links and news posts?

Site Talk / Re: Social media sharing
« on: August 02, 2016, 05:46:42 pm »
I also don't think the "keep it secret, keep it safe" line of reasoning holds much weight. It's not like we're behind authentication like PCEngine FX forums.

The point is that if this is in fact a romhacking/translation hacking news site as well as a repository, it might make sense for the news posts here to be shared directly on Facebook, Twitter, etc... as opposed to largely via 3rd parties. Case in point, the latest released project I participated in was covered by several online news sites, one shared 59 times on Facebook, another 472.

If we want this site and community to stay relevant, I think encouraging people to use it as the their primary source of both news and patches makes a lot more sense than allowing 3rd parties to become folks primary sources.

As for whether social media buttons are necessary, I agree that folks can just copy paste a URL. However, it's odd in this day and age to see a news site that doesn't feature share buttons on its articles. If nothing else, it dates the site.

Site Talk / Social media sharing
« on: July 31, 2016, 09:23:32 pm »
I'm not exactly hip with the social media, but I've started to get used to using share buttons for Twitter and Facebook. Any chance of adding those to the news posts/project pages?

Just want to say thanks for all the comments of support!

There's a minor spelling error on splash screen (Right before Banpresto Logo). It reads "Trasnlation" instead "Translation". Why you need that splash screen?

Considering fan translators/rom hackers volunteer their work, it's one of the few means of "compensation" we can get, ensuring that we are credited with the work we do. It's also a nice reminder that these things require a group of real people to happen and don't magically appear out of thin air. Thanks for the bug report btw.

Nothing against Harem Anime of the 90s, and early 2000s, but it sure led to the Eastern Industry's downfall by allowing Otakus taking over in this current generation, and using every cliche, annoying voice actors, and turning stories into Otakuness drivel.

90s Otakus had more class..
I believe we're talking about games, not anime?

Make no mistake, the quality or lack thereof of anime-based/ADV games on PS1 is your personal opinion. An opinion based as you admit on having "went through all the PS1 list of games", a process I assume didn't include playing any of the games with a knowledge of Japanese?

You're fully entitled to your list, and your opinion. However, don't presume to speak for anyone but yourself as to which games you feel are "good" games worthy of translation, and which ones are not.

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