Goldrunner wrote:I am aware GamebaseAmiga gets more updates but I'm working alone on GBST
Goldrunner wrote:I especially apologise to RetrogamerUK, Ijor, MugUK, Klaz, and AL members for my lack of input and not letting them know what I'm doing.
That's how I see it, and why there is no need to apologize to me next time you reappear after a long absence, I am not saying you should disappear for long periods of time, I would prefer that you are here on a more regular basis, but if that is not possible then that's that, no arguments from meGoldrunner wrote:GamebaseST will never be dead even if it takes another twenty years.
Goldrunner wrote:Nice to see everyone is still interesed in the old horse. I personally lost a good 90% of my motivation for doing anything with GamebaseST and Guardians of the Past because of real life and some other Atari scene matters. I did restart the GBST project a couple of months ago with good intentions but was once again got side tracked by other things.
megar wrote:The 2.4 extras are back online on the site.
They are provided 'as is'.
I deeply regret that I had to put these old file online again, while Goldrunner said that the new extras will be finally availlable. It is not the first time this happens, and I am sorry that the only person in this world who made the extras can't take the time to upload them on a ftp for the world to download, or at least burn a DVD and send it to someone who will make them availlable.
When I decided to freely host GBST, I did because 1/ the files were really hard to find and 2/ the project was so great ! I thought that with a decent mean of distribution, the makers of GBST will update the project and share it with the world. But this is not the case. It seems that they prefer to hold it for them, without going public. Dudes, you have all the things you need, why keep it for yourself ? Even getting the main 3.1 part (the games!) was painful, and we're waiting for the promised extras for months.
I had to reupload the old 2.4 extras, since it seems it will be the last version that went public.
muguk wrote:Soon as the DVD arrives, it will be ISO'd and uploaded to the newsgroups (as per nicking the idea of RG earlier as if my fingers are not already in enough pies both figurative and edible (but not hairy)).
RetroGamerUK wrote:Well seeing as though Mug has assumed responsibility for this part of the distribution you might as well save yourself the postage Goldy, I will download the ISO from usenet once we get the nod off the man who can then if anyone would like me to upload it to their server (such as Keili or Megar) I will gladly do so, unless someone else feels like joining Mug on my toes?
Heheh, come on it's Friday.
RetroGamerUK wrote:A DVD? only takes about 30 mins to download but yeah, saves me the effort of PARing and unRARing I suppose
megar wrote:Thank you Goldrunner !
I wasn't meant to be rude to you, but I confess my words were hard in order to motivate you to finally released the Extras. As I already said, you worked very hard for the Atari Community. My apologize if my words hurted you.
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