Thanks for Everything, Indiegamer Staff!

Discussion in 'Indie Related Chat' started by soniCron, Nov 26, 2006.

  1. soniCron

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    I'd just like to take a moment to thank everyone that administers and moderates Indiegamer, keeping it the leader in indie game development discussion on the Web!

    My hat's off to you, fellas! Thank you for such an invaluable resource and all the hard work! :)
     
  2. Christian

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    You are doing a very nice job

    Hey, yes!, nice initiative sonicron!.

    Thanks a lot!, i dont think i ever thanked you but, without you i would not have learned all the things i learned about beign indie, i would not be inspired by the other members of the boards, and i wouldnt know that a lot of people actually live beign indie (actually, the things i have gained by the boards are innumerable), so, you all deserver our "Thank you!!!".
     
  3. Drake

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    My thumb is also up

    Yes, as web forum moderation ranks high among the thankless tasks of our 21st century e-culture - thank you very much, IndieGamer staff. This is literally the only discussion site on the web that I have ever found to be tolerable for any duration of time.

    With this level of diligence and persistence, I think together we'll be able to define the true meaning of indie within the next ten years. ;)
     
  4. TimS

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    I'll drink to that, SoniCron.

    This... this is a good board. Good peops. I don't even want to know what happens every day prior to the army of moderators pruning the beast with chainsaws and flamethrowers. I imagine it to be thorny and tangly.

    You guys deserve your... salaries... and respect... and things.

    -T
     
  5. PoV

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    Oh yeah. I guess with all this talk of GameTunnel 4, GP NET 1, we've missed the obvious. Nice catch.
     
  6. Sharpfish

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    Thanks from me also, one of the best examples of a "good forum" on the internet.
     
  7. Promaginy

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    Yes, thanks so much!

    The amount of information I get from these forums is astounding. Its a great community but it is possible thanks to the generosity of the admins & hosting companies.

    Thank you!:D
     
  8. Tr00jg

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    Yep, kudos to the Indiegamer staff!

    It is leading me into the world of indie and I sure hope it will still lead me in the future!
     
  9. Musenik

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    passionate chaos
    moderated, unguided
    evergreen in snow
     
  10. soniCron

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    Thanks guys! We've had our share of problems to deal with, but for the most part, it has been a great time since taking over for Dexterity.
     
  12. jefferytitan

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    Yeah, thanks guys!

    So.... when do I get my free whatever-sonicron-is-getting? ;)
     
  13. Dan MacDonald

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    Lemme know when you find out, I want one too!
     
  14. soniCron

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    It's not about what I can get. It's about what I can give, and this is the least I could do. :)
     
  15. jefferytitan

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    Ask not what your country can do for you... ask what your local city council can do for you instead, because they're generally more responsive than the central government. ;)
     
  16. Musenik

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    Another take on the tee:

    i club with I.G.

    Actually, I like SoniCron's better, but it was fun to make.
     
  17. DFG

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    Another kudos to Mike and all the mods for putting together a great board! Cheers!
     
  18. Game Producer

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    Really soon he opens a CafePress.com store and starts selling those T-shirts. This was just sneaky tactics to get people in right mood to buy ;)

    Eh... big thanks for IndieGamer members & mods from my part as well.
     
  19. soniCron

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    You know, not everyone tries to fit a promotion into every sentence! *nudge* *nudge* ;)

    In all seriousness, if the IG admins chose to ever sell merchandise to support their cause, they're more than welcome to use that design. (Provided they put my Web address across the back in 135 point font.)
     
  20. C.S.Brewer

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    I'll drink to that too, even though I'm not here that often really glad that a place like this exists
     

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