Happy 2014!

Happy 2014!

by snout on 01-01-2014, 21:31
Topic: MRC
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Welcome to 2014, MSX fans! As usual we take a little trip back to memory lane and look at what last year has offered us MSX fans - and we can look back yet on another great year for MSX. Not only did we celebrate the 30th anniversary of our MSX system with various events around the world, a steady flow of new software, hardware and (improved) emulators showed that MSX is still alive and kicking.

Some of our highlights of 2013 were the #msxdev compo and its entries, the personal history on MSX in Kuwait by Danderma, Nijmegen 2013, Wozblaster, the Zemmix Neo, Modulon slot expander, our Thirty Years MSX Event. To name a only a few.

As for MSX Resource Center, organizing a second event and arranging the performances of Carola Cortenbach and West Side Trio ft. Zanne were definitely a unique experience that would not have been made possible by your support and donations. A big thank you to everyone who was there, participated or supported this event in any form is more than in place.

Now for the stats of 2013 compared to those of 2012:

  • News posts: 265 (383)
  • Forum posts: 16.667 (16.800)
  • Reactions: 3.209 (3.493)
  • Wiki edits: 824 (2.418)
  • Page views: 2.274.075 (2.242.060)

As usual, the values between brackets are the scores of last year. And that leaves us with a list of the 10 most active MRC members of the year.

  1. Manuel (952)
  2. mars2000you (456)
  3. Guillian (427)
  4. Pablibiris (312)
  5. Retrofan (325)
  6. Bowie38 (304)
  7. Bothman (287)
  8. hit9918 (260)
  9. flyguille (259)
  10. NYYRIKKI (259)

Our thanks go out to these 10 extremely active MRC visitors, but also to all the others who contributed to the MRC in any way throughout the year. In total, 764 members were active on the MSX Resource Center in 2013, which is 64 more than last year. We would also like to thank all the active MSX developers who keep bringing us new and surprising hardware, software, websites and magazines. Last, but certainly not least, we would like to thank all the people who have sent us a donation by bank or PayPal this year. As the MRC is growing and growing, so are the costs to keep the site online and in movement. Even with small donations, you helped (and are helping) to keep our site online,

The entire MSX Resource Center crew would like to wish all of you an amazing year. Lets make it even better than the last one! MSX Forever!

Comments (9)

By mars2000you

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01-01-2014, 21:47

Happy New Year to the MRC crew Wink

Didn't know I was so active here Smile

And I think we can also learn Dutch as it is spoken in North-Holland : Cool

http://www.groningerwoordenboek.nl/n/

By Jorito

Mr. Ambassadors (1761)

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01-01-2014, 21:50

Sorry, couldn't resist Smile
And as most of the core MRC crew is originally from Groningen, there's nothing wrong with showing some of our roots Wink

By Latok

msx guru (3640)

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02-01-2014, 00:27

Right on, jorito!!

By NYYRIKKI

Enlighted (5269)

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02-01-2014, 15:29

mars2000you wrote:

Didn't know I was so active here Smile

Same here! I was very surprised to find my self from top 10 as I thought I've been away quite a lot Smile

By Latok

msx guru (3640)

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02-01-2014, 16:40

Well, you could also say there's not much going on here Wink

By snout

Ascended (15187)

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06-01-2014, 17:13

@mars2000you North Holland? tsk! ^_^.

D'r gait ja niks boo'm Grunn, stad en ommelaand!

By mars2000you

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06-01-2014, 18:19

Sorry for the confusion Smile

I guess you've used another Dutch dialect,it should be probably in ABN

Daar gaat jij niet boven Groningen, stad en ommeland!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ommelanden

By snout

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06-01-2014, 18:41

Close enough... a more accurate translation would be "Er gaat niets boven Groningen, stad en ommeland!". And both the new year picture as my comment were in 'Gronings' Wink

By stm4il

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09-01-2014, 16:29

Years divisible by even numbers are second only to prime years.