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Re: Does Miriam suck?
« Reply #135 on: March 10, 2018, 05:00:26 PM »
You've probably guessed that I prefer authenticity, honesty, and transparency over niceness.  I'm not at all inclined to delete anything I haven't already deleted.  Which merely consisted of cleansing the ends of my AARs that had the :mad: stuff.  People should know that communities have interpersonal dynamics and how those work.  And that communities are capable of recovering from such dynamics.  I didn't expect that to happen here, but it did, so let the record stand that it did.

Other AARs can be the "all happy" thing.  I will note, however, that my available labor for such things in the coming year cannot be expected to be the same.  If I write AARs at this scale, I'm not getting a game AI done.  I'm giving you fair warning that my body of previous work, is likely to remain the vast majority of my work.  I really only have the goal of cranking out "one final good one" and after that, other projects are likely to take higher priority.


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