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10-08-2011 @ 5:04PM
Hinalover from Rawr here. Thanks for the article Christian. Rawr is a labor of love. But we are starting to hurt in the dev department. Ast is around but not developing, Kavan is now the general in charge, and a few dedicated souls trogging away at only a few working modules. If any C# programmers want to join, give us a call. We are always looking for more people.If anyone wants to talk to Kavan directly, a lot of the devs do hang out on IRC (#rawr @ stratics.frws.com)
10-08-2011 @ 7:53PM
Rawr is amazing, let's hope the general malaise around wow doesn't kill the project, because it is seriously the best, easiest, and frankly most fun tool to use.
10-09-2011 @ 11:13AM
I'd help with pleasure but being a total noob at C and barly managing to get what i need from LUA, it won't be easy. Anyway, very nice article again, Christian.
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