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Steel Skies -- NetHack
Jonathan del Strother
Edited on September 24, 2002.
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Dion September 24, 2002
I updated almost the complete index today. That more or less defeats the purpose of having a "recent changes" page, but I couldn't resist the urge to check out what happended the last few months -- and that's a lot.
Dion October 3, 2002
Fixed a little bug regarding PHP's changed maening of nl2br today.
newlines now should work correctly.
Dion December 19, 2002
Hmm, telnet servers come and go. I marked a couple of dead links today.
Dion July 28, 2003
Two Jameses today, but different guys... Why do people forget to put there own name on their website?

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