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===About timestamps on this wiki===
 
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===We ought to make this wiki a bitch===
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Hi there guys. I've never thought that the true Quake community (as fragmented and uncentralised and unpopulated a I see it now) could spawn something like this. I'm not sure if I ever been to the old quakedev wiki when it was still alive. I will try to contribute my best here (e.g. explaining ai routines and whatnot, qc code snippets maybe). What we all do here is a good thing. [[User:Unmaker|Unmaker]] ([[User talk:Unmaker|talk]]) 17:31, 4 May 2013 (UTC)

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