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What happened to SpaceEngineer?
BlackArkDate: Thursday, 29.09.2011, 16:53 | Message # 1
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What happened to SpaceEngineer? It has been a long time since he's been online :P
 
AtmoscatDate: Thursday, 29.09.2011, 20:32 | Message # 2
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Don't make us nervous, BlackArk! I am pretty new here, didn't track the intervals SpaceEngineer visited these forums, so I can't tell if he is just busy with real life (I hope so) or something else. He's been seen here the last time at the past weekend.

I think, he is just busy.





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RobbieDate: Friday, 30.09.2011, 08:37 | Message # 3
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...or he's having R & R. Must be quite demanding for him juggling two daytime jobs and trying to code SE in his spare time. It's important to have time away and chill-out. All work and no play can make one ill if one's not careful. Maybe he's just away on holiday at the moment...




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ThursDate: Friday, 30.09.2011, 20:54 | Message # 4
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People have lives.
 
RobbieDate: Saturday, 01.10.2011, 09:19 | Message # 5
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Quote (Thurs)
People have lives.


Yeah... and if you're a man in a relationship with a woman (or a man if you prefer smile ), then that in itself can absorb our time. Relationships (with a woman especially) can demand our attention. That's why I prefer to live alone these days. I have the freedom to do as I please. It's a liberating feeling! biggrin





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SpaceEngineerDate: Monday, 03.10.2011, 17:42 | Message # 6
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Don't panic, I'm here. I've been on vacation to the Ukraine to visit my relatives. I ordered broadband provider to make internet connection for me, had to wait more than a week for it!

By the way, I make huge progress these days: Water layer on planets, brown dwarfs, some improvements in surface generation shaders. Work is much more productive for me when the members do not distract me smile

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RobbieDate: Tuesday, 04.10.2011, 09:02 | Message # 7
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Welcome back, SpaceEngineer. I hope you're feeling nice and refreshed after your holiday break.

Robbie will try his best not to post too many questions and distract you from working on your beloved Space-Engine. smile
I've just noticed that I currently have the third second highest post count here. So Robbie apologizes for posting too much. lol





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