aesylwinn

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Re: aesylwinn

Post by Zini » 20 Dec 2015, 10:25

Feel free to assign tasks to yourself on the tracker. You should have the necessary permissions now.

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Re: aesylwinn

Post by aesylwinn » 30 Sep 2016, 21:19

It’s been around nine months since I joined. During that time, I managed to make some progress on the editor. I would like to thank Zini and Scrawl for imparting their knowledge and experience, which helped make that possible. Unfortunately, my interests no longer align with this project. I’ve been thinking about this for a while, and I think it’s time I moved on. Originally I had planned to stick with it until version 1.0 of the editor was released, but my motivation to work on this project has dwindled too much. If anyone's interested, I have a branch on GitHub that has the start of the discussed fixes for marker scaling.

Anyway, it was a pleasure to be a part of this community. Farewell, and good luck.

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Re: aesylwinn

Post by Capostrophic » 30 Sep 2016, 23:29

Don't you dare! :cry:

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Re: aesylwinn

Post by raevol » 01 Oct 2016, 00:02

aesylwinn, can I harass you to tell us a little more about why your interests no longer align with those of the project? I thank you so much for all your work and dedication to the project, and I won't try to talk you into staying, this is all volunteer work after all! But if there is something we can fix about the project that would help prevent developers from leaving in the future, it'd be great to hear.

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Re: aesylwinn

Post by DestinedToDie » 01 Oct 2016, 06:03

Your work has been of great help Aeslywinn. You did so much more than I ever expected and I'm happy for how far OpenMW-CS got with your help. I wish you good luck in your future endeavours.

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Re: aesylwinn

Post by psi29a » 01 Oct 2016, 06:53

Thanks Aeslywinn for all the hard work! Good luck with your future endeavors! :)

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Re: aesylwinn

Post by aesylwinn » 01 Oct 2016, 18:24

Thanks everyone for your well-wishes.

Raevol, I would say the best way to attract and keep developers is to continue to build up and maintain the OpenMW community. Seeing that others were using OpenMW-CS and getting feedback was my main source of encouragement.

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Re: aesylwinn

Post by raevol » 02 Oct 2016, 03:33

aesylwinn wrote:Raevol, I would say the best way to attract and keep developers is to continue to build up and maintain the OpenMW community. Seeing that others were using OpenMW-CS and getting feedback was my main source of encouragement.
Sounds like a plan. :) Thank you so much again! Hope to see you back in the future. :D

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Re: aesylwinn

Post by Allofich » 02 Oct 2016, 10:13

Thanks for your work. And don't feel that just because you said you are leaving, that you can't come back. :)

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