Re: Promotions! [EDDY/TIR/ERIC] - [PAPA_DRB]
- Hey all,
>No I was going to look at all of them. One of the things I want to goJust trying to do as much as possible before RL kicks me :-). David
>over tonight is a data tracker review, I thought we could
>pre-emptivley do that before you got to it... but I see I'm no match
>for your speed ;p
has volunteered to be the Data TM, so that ought to help you guys heaps!
> There are a number of data trackers which cannot be done withoutThis is true, we need to identify those and shift those across to the
> code support, those just need to have code FREQs created for them
> but not moved> (else how do we know what to implement data wise when
> they are done)
pcgen project Data Freqs tracker, at least then we can comment
"Waiting on FREQ X to be coded"
> The Tag creation/Modification should be moved to Code FREQs if theyFair enough
> are still valid
> The Tag Additions contain trackers for the addition of the FACE tagCool, it did rather look like an easy task for some LST Lemur or two
> and the PANTHEON tag to those sources which lack them because (I
> guess) they were made before the tag existed. Those should be easy
> enough provided we have access to the source book. Between me and
> Tir we've probably got quite a few, we'll have to see what's left
> after that and put a call out.
:-). Heck I'll do it myself if I can get a PDF of the sources involved.
Wicked, that's get PCGenDM trackers into shape real fast, we can move
the rest over to pcgen itself once we've cut down the numbers. Only
PCGen Docs to go after that :-).
- What is the status of adding books for Mongoose Publishing? I've picked up a
book for a character of mine that is published by Mongoose and would like to
know if it can be included in PCGen?
- David scribed:
> What is the status of adding books for Mongoose Publishing? I've picked up aIf it's not a licensed product like Babylon 5 or Starship Troopers it should
> book for a character of mine that is published by Mongoose and would like to
> know if it can be included in PCGen?
be no problem. Which book is it?
~ Eddy Anthony (MoSaT)
~ PCGen Content Silverback
- Quintesential (or however you spell it) Ranger. It shipped today from Amazon
and will be delivered before 10/17. I also ordered QR II and will be looking
in the long run at that.
But it is going to take a long time to get it down. I will code the few
things that I really need and then work on it in my (haha!) spare time.
> -----Original Message-----
> If it's not a licensed product like Babylon 5 or Starship
> Troopers it should be no problem. Which book is it?
> ~ Eddy Anthony (MoSaT)
> ~ PCGen Content Silverback
- Terry FitzSimons has been doing great work on the docs. He is taking
the initiative to correct errors and close holes in our documentation
and he is persistent in asking for those informations that he needs to
do so, an attitude that is greatly needed to get the job done. Terry
is hereby promoted to the rank of Docs Tamarin.
Richard Bowers, also known as gawaine42, is hereby promoted to the
rank of OS Tamarin. In a time when the OS team needed support for the
5.10 release he stepped up to the challenge and helped squashing those
bugs that had found their way into our sheets.
Well done, guys. Way to go. Congratulations to both of you!
PCGen Content Silverback
Andrew Maitland (LegacyKing) is hereby promoted to Data Gibbon. Andrew
always keeps improving his LST skills and has reached a level of
expertise where we happlily see him working on some aspects of our
Core datasets already. Its especially pleasant to get a hand from
Andrew now, where Eddy's time on the project has been severely
I found that I've been slacking with promotions, when it comes to the
Docs Seconds. I usually see them listed as Second and thus never
realized that their rank of expertise did lag behind. For that matter
both the former Docs Second Aaron Divinsky (boomer70) and the current
Docs Second Eric C. Smith (Maredudd) are hereby promoted to Docs
Thank you for all the support you've given to the project guys!
PCGen Content Silverback
I've been dead once already; it's very liberating. You might think of
it as... therapy.
(The Joker in "Batman", 1989)