It's November 15th, and like we did five years ago, we feel we should let you know! Fifteen years ago, admin Sander van Nunen registered the www.msx.org domain. Fifteen years later, with various changes in crew and website layout, we still feel pretty much alive and kicking. Naturally, having the new website picking its egg scale soon does help, but even without that: fifteen years is quite a long time in internet history. We've seen it happening often enough, not even limited to MSX websites: websites come, are maintained by one person, and eventually the website goes again. The MSX Resource Center is proud to have a fairly large team behind the screens. Not just to post and translate news, not just to moderate the forum, but also to keep the team motivated - which is needed every once in a while.
Five years ago we've created an MSX Resource Center Timeline which by today we haven't updated. Expect an up-to-date version in the Wiki on the new MRC2k11. Nonetheless, it's still a nice read if you've missed it in 2006. Which brings us to the concept MRC2k11, you've been to Event Eleven, or you've seen the trailer, or the photoshoot. Naturally, people start asking questions like "When? WHEN? When when WHEN?" Anyone who's ever created a game knows that the last 20% of the development time contains 80% of the efforts, and in this case it's about careful balancing between private life and voluntary msx.org time. But, we've put a pin onto our calendar: December! 2011!
Twenty years ago, the scene was booming. And perhaps you've joined the MSX scene in 1991, maybe after you've visited an MSX fair or meeting. So, do tell us: have you celebrated your own party this year because you've been part of the MSX scene for twenty years or more!?
Relevant link: LOL!