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Last updated on 16 years ago
HomdaxHomdax
Super Admin
Posted 16 years ago
Please explain the "mixed-link-hw/c/2" and what You mean by that.

The [NEW] follows a predefined date-function in the code, but it could be written in to the link text of course. Later to be removed.

Your idea about DeepChrome is good, but I suggest we extend it to Jaen-ni-rin and RiesstuIV as well, since they have contributed too.
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Babbo
Member
Posted 16 years ago

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Please explain the "mixed-link-hw/c/2" and what You mean by that.

See this thread, around May 24. Probably, both of us thought, the other one will do that. Now, I simply suggest, that the first one, who wants to publish such a link, should then implement this "Mixed Homeworld sites" category, ok?

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The [NEW] follows a predefined date-function in the code, but it could be written in to the link text of course. Later to be removed.

As long as it doesn' take too much time ...

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Your idea about DeepChrome is good, but I suggest we extend it to Jaen-ni-rin and RiesstuIV as well, since they have contributed too.

Of course, that would be a pleasure too!
HomdaxHomdax
Super Admin
Posted 16 years ago
Ahh the mixed Site Links category...yes sure.
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