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  1. Sarge's sixupdater setup check list

    I have been meaning to do this for awhile now and thought it would be beneficial for all to have a Check list to follow when helping a friend or someone new to our server set up SIXUPDATER.

    I am going to only list the steps to follow to help guide you. Sorry no pictures as you can find them already posted in Dredge's thread "Everything you need" thread.

    1. After d/ld'g Six, have them retrieve the ALPHA and BRAVO server YML's, found in the Communities area ...

    Updated 04-28-2012 at 12:25 PM by SARGE

  2. Copying Woof...

    ... who apparently copied me, although I think that was only in terms of using blog posts because they're the only things we can actually edit. So, I shall also be using this little blog post thing to document missions I'm making, etc. I'm mainly mission making for Bravo, although most missions are probably easily transferable to Alpha too, although likely lacking some nuances. Anyway!

    _____CO34 Fish 'n' Chips_____
    Still Testing


    Updated 03-23-2012 at 09:17 PM by Athanasa

  3. New maps in testing on the TG Alpha ArmA server

    Taking a cue from |TG-Irr| Pepper, I'll be using this blog as a way to document and update missions that I am testing on the Alpha server (mostly because we can continue to edit blogs, but not posts in threads).

    The three maps I currently have up on Alpha are:

    Operation Manticore Part I -- A US Special Forces Operational Detachment Alpha (ODA, or A-team) and their militia allies are tasked with eliminating two enemy commanders in their Area of Operations (AO) (Zargabad). ...

    Updated 04-12-2012 at 05:27 AM by woof

  4. 20,000 Words

    Just crossed the 20,000 word mark last week -- the book is now 25% done.

    And yesterday my editor told me that the University of Toronto publishing committee approved my book proposal so a contract is in the mail.

    60,000 words to go . . .

    Here is a sentence from the manuscript:

    "With as much as 95 per cent of all downloaded music falling into the category of piracy we can soundly declare that the attempt to change consumer behaviour ...
  5. 30 Minute Record of 1stMIP

    This is the longest video I have ever posted to YouTube, and may be the longest video made by a TGer!

    Warning -- it is long.


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