Quake Wiki:Community portal
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Note that the contents of this wiki were ported from a previous wiki (itself ported from another). The porting happened in March of 2013. Thus, any timestamps from before that period reflect edits made at the previous wikis. As a result, information in those edits may be out of date (broken links, inactive users, etc). Please keep this in mind when reviewing comments on the wiki.
We ought to make this wiki a bitch
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. Unmaker (talk) 17:31, 4 May 2013 (UTC)