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Posted by The_Whaler on Feb 23rd, 2014

hallo,
I would like to talk about a point made by a few people about mods I've long
cared for. Many mods have died in early stages of the project. This usually
happens due to the lack of time or interest by the producers. This is of course
a normal thing, for people who put a lot of their time in different projects,
to give up their work due to personal problems. But, I would like to call
out to fans of mods that are dying. You are passionate about mods and (some
of) you have the skill to lend aid and save a potential masterpiece from
death. So please, when you feel that after months of inactivity you need to
help, offer your help in a kind and gentle way. If you have skill
and are passionate about something, why not try to stop it's ending? To
many good mods have ended to soon. The future of every mod that does not deserve
to die before the height of its potential is in your hands.

ps: It's easy for me to say this, having no
skills in modding, but if someone out there feels like he/she would like to
teach me the basics or indicate how might do so, do not hesitate to respond!

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