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'''The "extensively hacked" tags -''' this seems to be at the top of a lot of games it does not apply to. The intention of the "extensively hacked" (and other modifiers) tag is to give an idea of the completeness of the ROM and RAM maps, as well as the availability of game-specific hacking utilities. Perhaps a guideline page on this is in order?
 
'''The "extensively hacked" tags -''' this seems to be at the top of a lot of games it does not apply to. The intention of the "extensively hacked" (and other modifiers) tag is to give an idea of the completeness of the ROM and RAM maps, as well as the availability of game-specific hacking utilities. Perhaps a guideline page on this is in order?
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Yeah, I have no idea of what the requirements were supposed to be to have that tag. I don't think I pasted any, but I saw it being used where it didnt seem like it should be.
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--[[User:Hiro1112|Hiro1112]] 09:49, 5 January 2007 (EST)

Revision as of 10:49, 5 January 2007

This page, and the associated talk page, are meant for discussion on expanding both the DataCrystal community and the resources that DataCrystal has for community interaction. Some things to consider:

Forums - many people have requested forums. Should Data Crystal include a FudForum or DCForum style forum, or perhaps something like Wikipedia's Village pump? Please discuss on the talk page.

  • The talk page in question could be linked where it says "talk". --Hiro1112 17:24, 4 January 2007 (EST)
  • That would be at the top of the page where it says "discussion".--Gau 07:17, 5 January 2007 (EST)

Licensing and policies - A major one. While for copying purposes we're licensed under the GFDL, we also have in the past been pretty militant about a "no lists of contributors" policy on ROM maps...I'm thinking we should start putting sources at the bottom of pages. However, and this is a big however, everyone must realize that all code and information you put here is immediately licensed under the GFDL; that is, "If you don't want your writing to be edited mercilessly and redistributed at will, then don't submit it here."

The "extensively hacked" tags - this seems to be at the top of a lot of games it does not apply to. The intention of the "extensively hacked" (and other modifiers) tag is to give an idea of the completeness of the ROM and RAM maps, as well as the availability of game-specific hacking utilities. Perhaps a guideline page on this is in order?

Yeah, I have no idea of what the requirements were supposed to be to have that tag. I don't think I pasted any, but I saw it being used where it didnt seem like it should be. --Hiro1112 09:49, 5 January 2007 (EST)