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Re: Something to think about: PCGen no longer availabe in certain countries

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  • karianna03
    We don t track those stats (yet), we re going to start to try and get an indication when we get our new site up and running. Besides even if there was only a
    Message 1 of 6 , Jan 31, 2010
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      We don't track those stats (yet), we're going to start to try and get an indication when we get our new site up and running. Besides even if there was only a couple of users I don't think they should be punished for loving role-playing and PCGen :)

      K

      --- In pcgen@yahoogroups.com, Anestis Kozakis <kenosti@...> wrote:
      >
      > On 2010/01/30 6:00 PM -0600, NMI gave their
      > opinion about the topic of Re: [pcgen] Re:
      > Something to think about: PCGen no longer a...
      > >In all honesty, how man PCGen users are there in "Cuba, Iran, North Korea,
      > >Sudan, and Syria."?
      > >
      > >
      > >The Deific NMI
      > >Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist
      > >Microsoft Certified Professional
      > >Palladium Books® Forums of The Megaverse® Administrator
      > >Palladium Books® Lazlo Society® Administrator
      > >Palladium Books® Chatroom Administrator
      > >Immatu Imperium da nai Palladium!
      >
      > A lot of army/defence people are RPG'ers. So,
      > there could be peacekeeping forces around and
      > about, and in those peacekeeping forces there may
      > be a few groups who game.
      >
      > Anestis.
      >
      > --
      > Anestis Kozakis
      > PCGen Webteam Second
      > kenosti@...
      > http://life.akozakis.id.au (under development)
      >
    • karianna03
      Hi all, An indication from SF that the situation is looking to improve somewhat, although it s not 100% resolved, it s good to see some progress:
      Message 2 of 6 , Mar 16, 2010
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        Hi all,

        An indication from SF that the situation is looking to improve somewhat, although it's not 100% resolved, it's good to see some progress:

        http://sourceforge.net/blog/us-government-makes-move-toward-software-freedom/

        K

        --- In pcgen@yahoogroups.com, "karianna03" <martijnverburg@...> wrote:
        >
        > We don't track those stats (yet), we're going to start to try and get an indication when we get our new site up and running. Besides even if there was only a couple of users I don't think they should be punished for loving role-playing and PCGen :)
        >
        > K
        >
        > --- In pcgen@yahoogroups.com, Anestis Kozakis <kenosti@> wrote:
        > >
        > > On 2010/01/30 6:00 PM -0600, NMI gave their
        > > opinion about the topic of Re: [pcgen] Re:
        > > Something to think about: PCGen no longer a...
        > > >In all honesty, how man PCGen users are there in "Cuba, Iran, North Korea,
        > > >Sudan, and Syria."?
        > > >
        > > >
        > > >The Deific NMI
        > > >Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist
        > > >Microsoft Certified Professional
        > > >Palladium Books® Forums of The Megaverse® Administrator
        > > >Palladium Books® Lazlo Society® Administrator
        > > >Palladium Books® Chatroom Administrator
        > > >Immatu Imperium da nai Palladium!
        > >
        > > A lot of army/defence people are RPG'ers. So,
        > > there could be peacekeeping forces around and
        > > about, and in those peacekeeping forces there may
        > > be a few groups who game.
        > >
        > > Anestis.
        > >
        > > --
        > > Anestis Kozakis
        > > PCGen Webteam Second
        > > kenosti@
        > > http://life.akozakis.id.au (under development)
        > >
        >
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