- 1 Impressed
- 2 MIDIs
- 3 A note on linking
- 4 What's that... thing at the top of your user page?
- 5 Sega cloning SRB2? lol
- 6 Special pretty sig
- 7 Template alphabetizing
- 8 Issues with Forums
- 9 Music conversion
- 10 Congrats!
- 11 Sorry, I must've forgotten about it earlier.
- 12 Can you restore the "SA City" zone article for a day or two?
- 13 It wasn't spam compared to the other messages :D
- 14 "an SLumpEd Tutorial"?
- 15 About the "Digiku" situation
- 16 Help restore wiki context
- 17 Glaber Syndrome (the personal page version)
- 18 mad libs ftw
- 19 Jazz on wh33ls
- 20 Made a change in the Top 10 OLDC listings
- 21 My second editing bay is empty. =(
- 22 sup swsm
- 23 Recent deletion needs deleting again
- 24 glossary on main page
- 25 Sub Pages
- 26 Just something I want to get clear with you
- 27 Yo hot slice, can you compile me a list of the contest NiGHTS maps?
- 28 Grammar Nazi Time
- 29 My brother
- 30 Your plans for future OLDC levels?
- 31 Seelkadoom and his files
- 32 From Superchris
- 33 Hey and the WADS?
- 34 Contest Tryout
- 35 DANG! Unwanted "things" being ported
- 36 Dark Plan(WAD)
- 37 Knuckles The Echidna Says:
- 38 SomeThings...
- 39 Uploading Images(Dark Plan)
- 40 Knuckles The Echidna Says
- 41 My own EXE modification
- 42 Re: Good to know
I've seen you around for one day and you've already done some really swell work! I.e. work that nobody else has bothered to do. I used to do cleanup and anti-vandal duties on Wikipedia for a short time, myself. It's sorely needed stuff, and I thought you deserved recognition. :)
--Digiku 20:13, 27 October 2007 (PDT)
Wow, thanks! ^_^ –SonicMaster 20:36, 27 October 2007 (PDT)
My gosh. I haven't seen somebody work as hard as you here since we first recruited Digiku here. It's great to see that this place hasn't kicked the bucket just yet. Please, keep up the good work. You don't know how much you're helping. --Spazzo 19:15, 29 October 2007 (PDT)
Um, guys, just so you know, being a Christian, I don't like Christ used like that around me... (I'm not mad at all, though). On the other hand, yes, I do have time on my hands... ^_^ –SonicMaster 21:29, 30 October 2007 (PDT)
Well, while I don't want to restrict what can/can't be said in general talk pages too much, but if you don't like it in your talk page, please, feel free to censor it out. ^_^ Also, I must state that I too am severely impressed with the work you've done so far. Thank you very much for what you've done. The quality of your work is superb, as well. Not to mention the sheer amount of work. It really is absolutely amazing. ~DarkWarrior Talk • Contribs 21:32, 30 October 2007 (PDT)
- Oh, well, that's really what I actually wanted. Sorry for the miscommunication. Censoring done. –SonicMaster 22:02, 30 October 2007 (PDT)
Nup, I haven't even heard of XML. I'd like to make significant contributions to linedef articles, sector articles, etc., but I haven't made any WAD files, and therefore, I don't have a great knowledge of how they work. –SonicMaster 22:02, 30 October 2007 (PDT) EDIT: I've now made a WAD file. It's sort of cheap; it uses an existing map. –SonicMaster 22:54, 3 November 2007 (PDT)
I barely recognized you from VGMusic! I don't visit VGMusic that frequently anymore, though, so that stands to reason. XP
I was wondering, how does Finale work as a MIDI sequencer? I have Cubasis VST 4, and even though it can do a lot of things, it's pretty outdated and won't let raise pitch bends to more than a couple notes for some reason, so it wouldn't hurt me to try out another sequencing program. I've tried Anvil Studio too; great for newbies, but not my type of editor. =P ~ Blue Warrior lulz 21:18, 30 October 2007 (PDT)
File --> Save As. Then choose the type of file to be MIDI. Oh, and I use Anvil Studio for things that Finale PrintMusic does not. Oh, by the way, I recognize you from VGMusic, too! I've literally danced to your SSB Master Hand MIDI. XD –SonicMaster 21:22, 30 October 2007 (PDT)
FYI, the sector and linedef pages are all named "Sector Type 980" and similar, hence the redlinks on the "common" names such as "Death Pit (Camera Modifications). However, we intend to move all the pages to the common names in the future (but that's something to save until we've decided on something definite, which we haven't yet.) Just thought maybe I'd save you some effort. :) --Digiku 16:01, 29 October 2007 (PDT)
I said we haven't decided on something definite, yet. I want DW to say the word before all the moves are done. :P Great job in the meanwhile, though! I just want the matter to be talked over, first, since it's really important in how it's done. What it makes it so hard is that the specials have had multiple names through the WadAuthor and SRB2 Doom Builder configs, as well as our own names. Hey, maybe DW can put in some input. --Digiku 20:20, 29 October 2007 (PDT)
I would like to move the pages to what we currently have them named in the list to the left. For Sector Types, anyways. I have no clue what to do with Linedefs later on though. X_X I also didn't really want to do it until all the sector pages were finished. Which, really, they kind of are, just not up to the new page standards worked out...So, if anyone wants to pick that up, go right ahead, though I'll do it myself anyways, after fixing up the rest of the sector pages, if no one else does, so...If you want, do it, if not...I'll pick it up later. ~DarkWarrior
My main concern is: are the Sector Type names precisely the same as in the new SRB2DB config? And the Thing Type names, too? I'm less concerned about WadAuthor's config, but the former is important imo. Another thing is that srb2.org's own specials page has had its own names all prepared; should we have used those all along...? I'm not sure about whether we're more official or if that's more official, if that's even a concern. --Digiku 09:08, 30 October 2007 (PDT)
Sorry, I should have been taking the hint. But it did remove some redlinks... –SonicMaster 22:51, 3 November 2007 (PDT)
What's that... thing at the top of your user page?
At Wikipedia, a WikiFairy is one that cleans up messy articles and/or reorganizes stuff. A WikiGnome is one that makes lots of minor edits, often things to do with punctuation, spelling, and other grammar.
Sega cloning SRB2? lol
When I read your page, at first I thought Sega making an SRB2 clone would be cool, but then I realized that they would also probably screw it up like Sonic Heroes or something XD.
~WafflezHedgehog~•blahblahblah•*facepalms* 18:06, 30 November 2007 (PST)
I actually thought Sonic Heroes was really good. But yeah, I know what you mean *coughshadowandsonic2k6cough*. They'd need a prominent SRB2 member being the executive producer and the producer and "SRB3" would come out right. –SonicMaster 20:34, 30 November 2007 (PST)
It would be good if Sega did graphics, but nothing else. In terms of gameplay, I like SRB2 the way it is. Also, Sega would probably take out fun stuff like match and CTF.
They should basically not remove anything except for lag. Add more stuff like a special map creation interface for 2D, because making 2D maps in SRB2 is actually more difficult than making basic 3D maps. A special idea I have to add should work, not to mention it'd probably the first game ever to have this. Match and CTF must stay; you're right. If those were taken out, it would be ruined. Maybe add Chaos mode and make it better than the original. DON'T add Knuckles' dig ability. Moreover, it'd be cool if Match controls were akin to those of Metroid Prime 3's. –SonicMaster 13:59, 1 December 2007 (PST)
Special pretty sig
I got the rainbow colored signature that you posted on my sandbox page working, try to edit this section to see proper XHTML formatting of the rainbow sig, then copy and paste it into notepad or something, and replace the letters in HoneyComb with the ones in SonicMaster to make it work properly.
Here's the XHTML coding for the rainbow sig, saying your name: <font color="#FF0000">S</font><font color="#FF7000">o</font><font color="#CCCC00">n</font><font color="#007000">i</font><font color="#0000FF">c</font><font color="#7000FF">M</font><font color="#A000FF">a</font><font color="#CC0000>ster</font> What it looks like: <SonicMaster
Thanks for your help, SonicMaster! That makes it a heck of a lot easier on my end. Now I can start organizing the templates better, which is on my to do list. :) --Digiku talk 10:16, 3 December 2007 (PST)
Issues with Forums
I've noticed you say quite a few times that you hate forums and avoid them. While I respect that opinion, it seems trying to work your way around the SRB2 Wiki community may be a less effective, though perhaps not always less direct approach. Suggestions such as the remixes for SRB2Riders would get further on the actual topic in the forums.
Now I can understand where you are coming from with your view on forums because I was in the same exact position a little over a year ago. I almost never registered with anything and stayed away from anything to do with forums. However I enjoyed customizing games, and my start into modding somewhat required me to communicate with other members which ultimately worked out for the best.
Furthermore, I stayed away from the SRB2 community even after I had started allowing myself to participate in online communities. I found the general, seemingly immature attitude somewhat hostile. The cursing and occasional improper material kept me away for the greatest part. However a single vice in one's view has the ability to outweigh all its virtues, so many think that SRB2 forums is a cesspool of idiocy and immaturity with few admins struggling to keep up. While it is true that there are common cases of immaturity in the forums there are actually more intelligent and respectable members than you would initially think.
There are always going to be inexperienced people asking questions that make no sense, and all kinds of idiots wherever you go. Avoiding forums isn't going to prevent you from meeting all of them. You are not obliged to open every topic, but only those you want to read and possibly participate in. It is easy for a scrupulous (used loosely, not by definition) member to be offended by certain posts, but you can ignore them or respond indifferently which is probably the biggest advantage for online communities. A single member can contribute to the forums in ways both you and the rest of the community can benefit.
Apologies for cluttering up your talk page, but if you are indeed avoiding forums for the same reasons I used to, then I wanted to let you know why I regard forums the way I do. I could go further but I won't for the sake of space. JEV3 05:19, 29 January 2008 (PST)
Frankly, I'm feeling MB is slowing down (faster?) after HDIJ's experience. I rather prefer more 5 users, intelligent and useful ones posting maps and discussing about level design, than more 50 users wasting time with worthless material and posts.--Ezer'Arch 18:09, 22 February 2009 (UTC)
Maybe I'll rerelease Blown Fuse with a fixed end section and more secrets. I also am releasing four maps to the contest. Again. I'll start making Heavenly Fountain Zone (Circuit) on Monday/Tuesday; it will use the asset pack. –SonicMaster 21:50, 22 February 2009 (UTC)
If you want I can convert that track for MRZ for you using Winlame, But if the end result file winds up being larger I'll reccomend submitting the original.--Glaber 20:36, 31 January 2008 (PST)
Ok I really wasn't expecting midi. and Unfortunatly all midi converters I've found I would have to pay for and the trials can only do 60 seconds.--Glaber 10:38, 2 February 2008 (PST)
At least it's an XG MIDI, like the MIDI for Starlit Warehouse Zone. If listened to in a Y-SXG50 synth, Starlit Warehouse Zone sounds exactly the same in MIDI as it does OGG. –SonicMaster 15:24, 2 February 2008 (PST)
Yeah, congrats! =D @QHW 18:43, 29 February 2008 (PST)
Sorry, I must've forgotten about it earlier.
But, I've found the time to review your level that you put on my talk. I'm go ahead and rate like I would any other normal level in a contest.
The colors are supposed to help make me believe that I'm voting in a contest.
Wacky Track Zone by SonicMaster 8/10 (Great)
GrafixThere's plenty of scenery in this one, which is very nice. The changing skies was a nice effect. I know you can do that with a few simple linedefs, but I haven't seen it used like that other then a kind of day-to-night things. Very nice.
Gameplay The level is fun, I would find this a large improvement over both Racing into Dreams Zone AND Artic Dewpoint. There's not too many turns at once, everything doesn't seem to be tossed in at random, and it's has a sense of flow.
GimmixThe changing sky is an awesome effect, there are obstacles to be avoided, hoops and emblems are in a spacial order, what else is to need in a NiGHTS level?
Can you restore the "SA City" zone article for a day or two?
It wasn't spam compared to the other messages :D
"an SLumpEd Tutorial"?
I believe it should be a SLumpEd Tutorial *shot*. Oh that was the first page by the way, because you would probably have no idea what I was talking about. Also thanks for the ego points :P. -Torgo 20:59, 27 March 2008 (PDT)
Once you said a SLumpEd, I knew you were referring to my news post. I pronounce SLumpEd as ess-lump-ed. That's why. –SonicMaster 21:00, 27 March 2008 (PDT)
I believe the SL in SLumpEd stands for SlayeR, so unless you pronounce SlayeR as ess-lay-er, it should be pronounced the way it looks, but maybe he does pronounce it like that :P. -Torgo 21:06, 27 March 2008 (PDT)
I was separating it into Slayer's Lump Editor. –SonicMaster 21:08, 27 March 2008 (PDT)
About the "Digiku" situation
I've been googling around to try and find some place where he's active to try and contact him, but he practically disappeared from the internet around the same he disappeared from here. ~Kaysakado • Talk • 00:19, 3 April 2008 (UTC)
I know of only one way to contact him, and no, I'm not telling. I already contacted him. Hopefully, he'll reply. –SonicMaster 22:14, 2 April 2008 (PDT)
How long ago was that?--Glaber 23:10, 2 April 2008 (PDT)
A little bit after Kaysakado said he tried to. –SonicMaster 01:14, 3 April 2008 (PDT)
Help restore wiki context
See http://ssntails.sepwich.com/mb/viewtopic.php?p=256980#256980 and http://ssntails.sepwich.com/mb/viewtopic.php?p=257115#257115 LoganA 12:55, 15 August 2008 (UTC)
Glaber Syndrome (the personal page version)
Do you have access to my old Glaber Syndrome subpage?--Glaber 02:19, 17 August 2008 (UTC)
I'll look and see... –SonicMaster 18:29, 17 August 2008 (UTC)
I'd just thought I'd ask seeing as you are restoring a good chunk of edits.--Glaber 00:20, 18 August 2008 (UTC)
mad libs ftw
- Nope, sorry. :D –SonicMaster 13:03, 27 August 2008 (UTC)
- Curses! :D -- I'll Begin 05:56, 1 September 2008 (UTC)
Jazz on wh33ls
You do not have permission to do that, for the following reason:
The title "Jazz on wh33ls" has been banned from creation. It matches the following blacklist entry: .*on wh33ls.*
Now it does. LoganA 23:08, 27 August 2008 (UTC)
Made a change in the Top 10 OLDC listings
I'm tired. Could you check to see if I made any typos or syntax errors?
My second editing bay is empty. =(
Any other articles need a loving home? --Jazz 17:18, 25 September 2008 (UTC)
I do need something to do between classes, you know. Put me to work! =P
Before I forget: I have every intention of eventually working on the Match guide again, but at this point I'd rather work on something else. I'm sure there are plenty of articles and sections that could use some attention. --Jazz 17:21, 2 October 2008 (UTC)
Well, last I checked, some level pages for Acid Missile, Blue Heaven, and Mystic Realm need some dire attention. Not that they're entirely important, but it would be nice if a few people could tackle some of them. ~ Blue Warrior talk contrib 21:13, 2 October 2008 (UTC)
andy here made a new account
Why? Can't you just use the other? –SonicMaster 20:59, 13 December 2008 (UTC)
forgot password :(
-User:SuperChris I want to create my own mod for SRB2! But you guys won't let me! I ant to create a character for SRB2, but you all wouldn't let me! Why are you guys not letting me do this?! I WANT MY OWN CHARACTER! 06:38 PM, 1/14/2009 (UTC)
Uh, could you, like, calm down for moment? I don't think any of us even know what this mod or character of yours is. Please be a little more descriptive. ~ Blue Warrior talk contrib 00:56, 15 January 2009 (UTC)
Recent deletion needs deleting again
Recently a user called Superchris has brought back the recently Deleted User page. It needs to be deleted again.
glossary on main page
I think the glossary should be somewhere in the main page, or on the side bar. Wasn't the purpose of the glossary to have easy access to the technical terms to all the new people? Torgo 05:13, 21 January 2009 (UTC)
Either I missed the link, or you put it in. I am guessing the former. Thank you anyway. Torgo 04:40, 23 January 2009 (UTC)
Nope, the latter. It was lost from that two months of lost edits. –SonicMaster 22:02, 25 January 2009 (UTC)
How do you create subpages on wikis, exactly?
I've been wondering that for a while, but I haven't been able to figure it out. --Simsmagic 17:21, 21 January 2009 (UTC)
...Now I'm tempted to make that into a page.
Thanks. --Simsmagic 03:51, 23 January 2009 (UTC)
Just something I want to get clear with you
Please, don't say "badmouthing Mystic" or whatever when you do bans. That's not a valid ban reason in ANY way. I understand that the guy intentionally posted blatantly false information, as well as an image of his ban on the MB, but you can't give him a ban because he doesn't like Mystic. Next time, just say "posting false information" or something different, thanks. --Spazzo 19:44, 29 January 2009 (UTC)
Oops, wrong word. Meant "harrassment." –SonicMaster 03:10, 30 January 2009 (UTC)
Yo hot slice, can you compile me a list of the contest NiGHTS maps?
Hey SonicMaster, long time no see! As I have little time to spare, can you do me a favor and just list here all the NiGHTS maps that were submitted to each level design contest? (Like, "September 2008 has NiGHTS Map 1, 2, 3 ---- November 2008 has NiGHTS Map 4, 5, 6 ---- etc.") How much free time do you have these days? Regardless, all one has to do is look through the pages :)
Not nearly as much because I got a full-time job. Hopefully I'll have time today, if not, tomorrow. –SonicMaster 03:26, 15 February 2009 (UTC)
And I have time:
- End of Year NiGHTS by Glaber - 5.60 (NovDec08)
- Skyline Paradise Zone by fawfulfan (SepOct08)
- No Name Forest Zone by Glaber - 4.50 (SepOct08)
- Medivo Circuit NiGHTS Zone by Glaber - 3.20 (JulAug08)
- Backwards Race Zone by SonicMaster - 5.56 (MayJun08)
- Barren Ambition Zone by Glaber - 4.40 (MarApr08)
- Endless Mine Zone by Glaber - 1.83 (JanFeb08)
- Wacky Track Zone by SonicMaster - 7.00 (JanFeb08)
- Arctic Dewpoint Zone by SonicMaster - 5.20 (NovDec07)
- Racing into Dreams Zone by SonicMaster - 4.80 (NovDec07)
- Darkmatter Freeway Zone by Chaos Zero 64 - 5.67 (JulAug07)
–SonicMaster 03:55, 15 February 2009 (UTC)
Thanks a lot man, that helped me great! P.S.: I played Arctic Dewpoint Zone, and man oh man, that was one of the most beautiful NiGHTS stages I've ever played. And that's not just scenery, but it's more the Thing layout: Everything flowed so perfectly, you know? Anyways, thanks :) --Digiku talk 04:41, 16 February 2009 (UTC)
Play Dynamic Temple Zone Act 1. It can be found in Releases - Levels. I think it's better than ADZ, and it's also way more detailed. –SonicMaster 04:00, 17 February 2009 (UTC)
Hey, Sonicmaster! Nice levels! - User:Superchris/Signature
Grammar Nazi Time
About "Eso aparece mejor." . Erm.... I don't speak Spanish, Señor (although I can read and write a little Spanish). Anyway, thanks for improving my English. I hope you will not hit my face with a shovel after this. =P --Ezer'Arch 18:03, 5 March 2009 (UTC)
It reads "This appears to be better." -Blue04 03:57, 21 March 2009 (UTC)
Gracias. =) --Ezer'Arch 04:18, 21 March 2009 (UTC)
Hey Sonicmaster! My brother said that SRB2 was the STUPIDEST game created! I play it everyday and he never says something about me playing it! When I play on my laptop, he always tells me to turn it down, but I ignore him! - Superchris
Well, do we care what he thinks? >=D –SonicMaster 02:10, 6 August 2009 (UTC)
If he's going to be dissing SRB2 and SRB2 Wiki, he'd best take that junk somewhere else! And he said he's sick of me going on SRB2 Wiki, I don't give a DANG about what he says! - Superchris
Your plans for future OLDC levels?
So, what do you have in store for some 2.0 gimmicks? A 2.0 NiGHTS level? Some Egg Rock gimmicks mixed with crossing linedefs? Do tell. Gemini Spark 01:11, 21 September 2009 (UTC)
- Having two paths in the same room, one upside-down on the ceiling, one on the floor
- "Pulsating darkness"
- Bouncing on spring platforms while avoiding lava falls simultaneously
- Floating laser wheel
- Horizontally scrolling lasers
- Invinciblity-granting fog
–SonicMaster 03:13, 22 September 2009 (UTC)
I had to lol @ invincibilty fog. You can have Detons attack you in the fog and not worry about it. XD Gemini Spark 05:02, 30 September 2009 (UTC)
Seelkadoom and his files
Seelkadoom is "doing" again? I saw you blocked him, but at least, just for curiosity, have you looked in the wad he had uploaded here? That wad belongs to another member (for "obvious reasons", too). I prefer to explain it via PM on MB. Anyway, I totally agree with you that file doesn't belong here. --Ezer'Arch 04:35, 18 October 2009 (UTC)
Yes, I very much like the WAD, but I could tell it wasn't the real thing. It's an overall solid WAD, but has a few things here and there that need fixed. Not quite as good as RVZ1. –SonicMaster 04:39, 18 October 2009 (UTC)
Out of curiousity, was it the same file as the one he linked on his userpage? --SpiritCrusher 10:43, 18 October 2009 (UTC)
I dunno, probably. The home filter blocks 4Shared. The filesize of the level he uploaded to the Wiki is 925 KB, for reference. –SonicMaster 01:56, 19 October 2009 (UTC)
Good. Mostly going to work, which explains why I don't edit nearly as often as I used to.
Work = D: ... Besides my work, I've expended my free time (free time? That's a LOL!) learning other softwares. May it be useful. --Ezer'Arch 02:16, 19 October 2009 (UTC)
Hey and the WADS?
SonicMaster,and about the WAD Files :
- Red Volcano Zone 2(Unknown Author)
- Dark City Zone 1 Demo 1.00.1(Made by Seelkadoom)
They was approved?-Seelkadoom
What? No. The Red Volcano Zone Act 2 WAD you posted here will NOT be a regular SRB2 level. –SonicMaster 02:43, 25 October 2009 (UTC)
Ok,the resp is no about RVZ2.wad but and about DCZ1Demo1.00.1?
I haven't even tried it. And no, the Dark City that is going to be used has been kept private to the developers. Your Dark City is not making it into SRB2. –SonicMaster 02:33, 26 October 2009 (UTC)
Of course. Send a copy of the WAD, as well as the level name, author, and division to furiousfox atsign gmail dawtt com so FF can post it for the OLDC topic. –SonicMaster 02:43, 3 December 2009 (UTC)
DANG! Unwanted "things" being ported
I'm sorry to say, but there are things that should not come back: User:Eggmanfan#Sonic_Robo_Blast_2_Jason_The_Echidna_Port_Progress --Ezer'Arch 12:03, 12 December 2009 (UTC)
I removed the notice of it. He can't possibly "port" the EXE file correctly, and I think it will be rejected anyway. Who wants it? –SonicMaster 22:02, 12 December 2009 (UTC)
I do! I do! *SHOT* Gemini Spark 17:54, 15 December 2009 (UTC)
Sorry for interrupt but i wish when you Download my WAD :
At my Account Page(No more Passwords)
Hm, all right. –SonicMaster 04:32, 9 February 2010 (UTC) EDIT: Sorry, but my Internet browser blocks 4Shared.
Knuckles The Echidna Says:
you know what it is for the update files is that?
sorry if this question is very stupid
And it is true that I can not edit my page by putting things who have not been designed.
1.I agree with you,SonicMaster,about he´s Editing so much his User Page,but you need understand : He´s a N00B on SRB2 Wiki.You read my recent News?
2.A question - For what thing this points on "Recent Changes" has?Type - (+234).
3.Read my Mensage of the Day Part on My Account about Read.
Uploading Images(Dark Plan)
SonicMaster,i wish you autorization to i can Upload Images with Enemys used in my 3-Parts WAD - The Dark Plan.
Knuckles The Echidna Says
Go on my user page and see Soc Edit and try to help me please ...
My own EXE modification
Hey Sonicmaster, do you know where I can make my own EXE modification for 2.0? - Superchris
You do know that SonicMaster is gone for good, don't you? By the way, for EXE modification, you need to know a programming language. --SpiritCrusher 17:32, 8 April 2010 (UTC)
Re: Good to know
I am doing fairly well. I've certainly changed and grown. I might want to edit my user page, though at this time I don't think I'm going to necessarily come back to the SRB2 MB, for various reasons, time being one of them. I need to get into graduate school for my Master of Music in composition, for one.
Too bad to see the Level Design contests are no more. Boy did that take up a lot of my time to make those!
For the past year, I've been mostly interacting with the furries instead, more specifically the Mormon Furries on Facebook. I heard about furries first from the SRB2MB. I actually no longer go by SonicMaster, but by Scarbo the Black Sheep. I absolutely love the friends I've made there, and I'm excited to go to Anthro Weekend Utah to meet a lot of them.
Going back to SRB2 though, I haven't played SRB2 in years, but I still think quite highly of this project. Someday, I would still love to see an FPS on the market that plays just like SRB2.
It is interesting to see after, what, seven years, that some of the main SRB2 people are still here. I even noticed SSNTails posted.
–SonicMaster 15:08, 1 September 2017 (UTC)
Hi SonicMaster (...or rather, Scarbo the Black Sheep), yes we're still alive amazingly! Activity on here has pretty much fallen just to the two of us these days: I usually do most of the work fixing up little problems around the place, and MascaraSnake occasionally helps out too when he has the time (or not). You seem to have caught us at the weirdest time though: I've done very little recently unlike usual, lol.
Don't worry about the OLDC though, it will probably come back again when 2.2 comes out, it died before for 2.0 and was revived after 2.1 came out, only for it to die again after a few years. In the meantime we've had rather cool community projects like SUGOI (and its sequel SUBARASHII) pop up as a kind of substitute, and Lua scripting knows no bounds to creativity. So the SRB2 community is still thriving as ever thankfully.