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The aim of this project is to Wikify the best articles posted on rec.games.roguelike.development newsgroup. To do so, several people have agreed for using their input on rgrd to compile RogueBasin articles.
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{{original|author=Kornel Kisielewicz|oldid=907}}
  
The original request by [[Kornel Kisielewicz]]:
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The aim of this project is to Wikify the best articles posted on the [[rgrd|rec.games.roguelike.development]] newsgroup. To do so, several people have agreed to having their posts on rgrd used in RogueBasin articles. A standard message (feel very free to edit) may be occasionally posted to rgrd, requesting agreement:
  
   Hello all,
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   Greetings from RogueBasin!
 
    
 
    
    I hadn't much time lately to read the newsgroup and ended up with 2300 unread
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  We would like permission to include your posts to rgrd in the wiki.
   posts. I decided to finally read them, and decided that this is a good time to do
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   It's impractical to repeatedly email authors to ask if their posts
   something for our community (again :-P). I want to wikify (to RogueBasin) some of
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  may be included, so we're making a list of people willing to let us
   the posted threads/articles. To do that I need your permission tough.
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   do so, and which conditions they impose. If you've ever posted, or
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  even if you havn't, please consider adding your name by replying to
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   this message with _one_ of the following:
 
    
 
    
    So why this thread? I thought that asking multiple times people wether they
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  1. I allow anyone to submit any of my posts from r.g.r.development
  agree to put their posts on Roguebasin would be a waste of time -- but in many
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      to RogueBasin under the standard Wiki terms.
  cases I will have to do that anyway.
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    But then, there are the regular posters among us -- I would ask them if they
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  agree on one of the following statements. If you guys do, then please reply to
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  this post (as I will do). And don't be shy please. If you ever posted a thread to
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  RGRD (or are planning to do so) then your agreement will be valuable.
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    Please (if you agree) reply with _one_ of the following:
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  2. I allow anyone to submit any of my posts from r.g.r.development
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      to RogueBasin under the standard Wiki terms, as long as I will
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      be notified about it. [Please provide contact information.]
 
    
 
    
    1. I allow anyone to submit any of my posts from r.g.roguelike.development  
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  3. I allow anyone to submit any of my posts from r.g.r.development  
  to RogueBasin under the standard Wiki terms.
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      to RogueBasin under modified Wiki terms: it must be (and stay)
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      uneditable (frozen).
 
    
 
    
    2. I allow anyone to submit any of my posts from r.g.roguelike.development
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  The person reposting the article on Roguebasin is obliged to include
   to RogueBasin under the standard Wiki terms, as long as I will be notified about it.
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   the name of the author in it, and a link to the original version.
 
    
 
    
    3. I allow anyone to submit any of my posts from r.g.roguelike.development
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   The standard Wiki terms are the GNU Free Documentation License 1.2.
   to RogueBasin under the standard Wiki terms, as long as it is (and will stay)
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  unedited (frozen).
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    The person reposting the article on Roguebasin is obliged to include the name
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   If you've already agreed, then please ignore this message unless
   of the author in it.
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   you'd like to change your level of agreement.
    
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    Feel free to write your own version of the above.
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To include a posting, open a blank (and appropriately named) page and paste the original message directly into it. Save. Wikify the article, and then save again. Have a look at the "oldid=" URL parameter of that original revision in the history tab. Include the following template at the top of the page:
    I would be very happy if at lest all the regular posters would agree upon this
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  -- it would make life easier for Roguebasin. By standard Wiki terms I mean the GNU
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<nowiki>{{original|author=original_author_here|oldid=oldid_number_here}}</nowiki>
  Free Documentation License 1.2.
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For example:
  regards,
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  --
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<nowiki>{{original|author=Kornel Kisielewicz|oldid=907}}</nowiki>
  At your service,
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  Kornel Kisielewicz (charonATmagma-net.pl) [http://chaos.magma-net.pl]
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Up to date, the following people have agreed to statement #1 (sorted by time of reply):
 
Up to date, the following people have agreed to statement #1 (sorted by time of reply):
  
* [[Kornel Kisielewicz]]
 
* [[konjin]]
 
* [[Jim Strathmeyer]]
 
* [[Wildhalcyon]]
 
* [[Auric]]
 
* [[Timothy Pruett]]
 
* [[ArchMageOmega]]
 
* [[Kaleth]]
 
* [[Jeff Lait]]
 
 
* [[ABCGi]]
 
* [[ABCGi]]
* [[R. Allan Monroe]]
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* [[User:elghinn|Ana????l Verrier]]
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* [[ArchMageOmega]]
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* [[Auric]]
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* Bj????rn Bergstr????m
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* [[Chris Hamons]]
 
* [[Chris Morris]]
 
* [[Chris Morris]]
* [[Gerry Quinn]]
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* [[Christopher Evenstar]]
* [[Joseph Hewitt]]
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* [[copx]]
* [[Filip Dreger]]
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* [[User:Dabreegster|Da-Breegster]]
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* [[User:Darren Grey|Darren Grey]]
 
* [[David Damerell]]
 
* [[David Damerell]]
* [[Sherm Pendley]]
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* [[Deej|Eben Howard]]
* [[Martin Read]]
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* [[Deveah]]
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* [[User:Edenicholas|Edwin DeNicholas]]
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* [[User: EricDB|Eric D. Burgess]]
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* [[User:Eyenot|Eyenot]]
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* [[Filip Dreger]]
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* [[User:Gamer_2k4|Gamer_2k4]]
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* [[Gerry Quinn]]
 
* [[Grosu Oleg]]
 
* [[Grosu Oleg]]
* [[The Sheep]]
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* [[Icey]] / [[Robson]]
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* [[User:bodkin|Ian Badcoe]]
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* [[User:Ido|Ido Yehieli]]
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* [[User:roguerunner|Jake Keel]]
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* [[Jeff Lait]]
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* [[Jim Strathmeyer]]
 
* [[John Shedletsky]]
 
* [[John Shedletsky]]
* [[copx]]
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* [[Joseph Hewitt]]
* [[Risto Saarelma]]
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* [[Joshua Day]]
* [[User:Gamer_2k4|Gamer_2k4]]
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* [[Icey]]
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* [[User:Dabreegster|Da-Breegster]]
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* [[User:Lochok|Lochok]]
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* Michal Bielinski
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* [[Jude Hungerford]]
 
* [[Jude Hungerford]]
* [[Ido Yehieli]]
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* [[Kaleth]]
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* [[User:Bessarion|Kenneth 'Bessarion' Boyd]]
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* [[konjin]]
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* [[Kornel Kisielewicz]]
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* [[User:Lochok|Lochok]]
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* [[User:M|M]]
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* [[Malorzean]]
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* [[Martin Read]]
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* [[Michal Bielinski]]
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* [[Nathan Stoddard]]
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* [[User: Nolithius|Nolithius]]
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* [[User:bhaak|Patric Mueller]]
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* [[Paul Hebble]]
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* [[Pointless]]
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* [[User:purestrain|purestrain]]
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* [[R. Allan Monroe]]
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* [[Risto Saarelma]]
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* [[Sherm Pendley]]
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* [[Stu George]]
 
* [[Slash]]
 
* [[Slash]]
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* [[TexasTornado]]
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* [[The Sheep]]
 
* [[Timofei Shatrov]]
 
* [[Timofei Shatrov]]
* Pointless
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* [[Timothy Pruett]]
* [[Paul Hebble]]
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* [[User:Soyweiser|Soyweiser]]
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* [[User:Yamamushi|Yamamushi]]
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* [[Wildhalcyon]]
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The following people have agreed to statement #2:
 
The following people have agreed to statement #2:
  
* [[Tormod Haugen]]
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* [[User:Akhier the dragon hearted|Akhier the dragon hearted]]
* [[Lorenzo Gatti]]
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* [[DarkGod]]
 
* [[DarkGod]]
 
* [[Jakub Debski]]
 
* [[Jakub Debski]]
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* [[Lorenzo Gatti]]
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* [[Mario Donick]]
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* [[User:dominikmarczuk|Mingos]]
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* [[Tormod Haugen]]
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The following people have agreed to statement #3:
 
The following people have agreed to statement #3:
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* [[Glen Wheeler]]
 
* [[Glen Wheeler]]
 
* [[Pfhoenix]]
 
* [[Pfhoenix]]
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The following people have explicitly requested that their posts are not copied:
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* [[Krice]]
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(Note that linking to any posting, through e.g. Google Groups, is perfectly acceptable. Simply create the relevant article and place in it a link to the respective posting.)
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:28, 6 September 2013


The aim of this project is to Wikify the best articles posted on the rec.games.roguelike.development newsgroup. To do so, several people have agreed to having their posts on rgrd used in RogueBasin articles. A standard message (feel very free to edit) may be occasionally posted to rgrd, requesting agreement:

 Greetings from RogueBasin!
 
 We would like permission to include your posts to rgrd in the wiki.
 It's impractical to repeatedly email authors to ask if their posts 
 may be included, so we're making a list of people willing to let us
 do so, and which conditions they impose. If you've ever posted, or
 even if you havn't, please consider adding your name by replying to
 this message with _one_ of the following:
 
  1. I allow anyone to submit any of my posts from r.g.r.development 
     to RogueBasin under the standard Wiki terms.
 
  2. I allow anyone to submit any of my posts from r.g.r.development 
     to RogueBasin under the standard Wiki terms, as long as I will 
     be notified about it. [Please provide contact information.]
 
  3. I allow anyone to submit any of my posts from r.g.r.development 
     to RogueBasin under modified Wiki terms: it must be (and stay)
     uneditable (frozen).
 
 The person reposting the article on Roguebasin is obliged to include 
 the name of the author in it, and a link to the original version.
 
 The standard Wiki terms are the GNU Free Documentation License 1.2.
 
 If you've already agreed, then please ignore this message unless 
 you'd like to change your level of agreement.

To include a posting, open a blank (and appropriately named) page and paste the original message directly into it. Save. Wikify the article, and then save again. Have a look at the "oldid=" URL parameter of that original revision in the history tab. Include the following template at the top of the page:

{{original|author=original_author_here|oldid=oldid_number_here}}

For example:

{{original|author=Kornel Kisielewicz|oldid=907}}


Up to date, the following people have agreed to statement #1 (sorted by time of reply):


The following people have agreed to statement #2:


The following people have agreed to statement #3:


The following people have explicitly requested that their posts are not copied:


(Note that linking to any posting, through e.g. Google Groups, is perfectly acceptable. Simply create the relevant article and place in it a link to the respective posting.)

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