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  • == Wiki Sister Projects == ...]] Members, volunteers that also work on a range of other past and present projects:
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  • == Wiki Sister Projects == ...]] Members, volunteers that also work on a range of other past and present projects:
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  • * A cut of profits from projects worked on / help develop * Potentially paid time to work on projects beyond the "contribution" requirement
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  • | ForumDesc = This is for C# (C-Sharp) coding projects, help, and development. C# is an excellent multiple purpose programming lan
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  • {{Wiki Sister Projects}}
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  • ...ave access to a private password protected sub-forum in which all of their projects, tutorials, resources and more are discussed..
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  • ...controls or robots you can participate in this forum. Great area for DIY projects. Topics include Raspberry Pi and Arduino.
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  • as earning money from projects in the marketplace through private transactions.
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  • ...embers with an extremely extensive variety of topics and subjects for said projects.
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  • {{Wiki Sister Projects}}
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  • ...as the name suggests. Most of the discussions are centered around upcoming projects as well as technology, gaming, business, politics, and more.
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  • ...embers of the group will work together within their own capacity to ensure projects are developed smoothly. |Xerotic|6177171| Reverie }}
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  • ...yBB Central, Support Forums and Hack Forums, among others. A collection of projects is available at [http://witza.com Witza].
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  • ...yBB, graphic design, various coding projects, online integration, and many projects that are still running today. Kindly enough, he stayed for the friendships
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  • ...life where he was interested in learning how to make money through online projects. His first endeavor was the purchasing and selling of virtual currency for ...d on bringing together like-minded individuals, in order to collaborate on projects on and off the site.  After the sale of [[Apex]], Confound was accepted in
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  • Best known for pioneering many open source projects such as [https://cryptkey.org CryptKey] and [https://bruteforcethis.com BRU
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  • ...nhance the marketplace. At the present moment, Eternal is working on a few projects within its own subforum, and in due time, they will eventually be released
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  • ...ms were where Nightmare members embarked upon their various range of group projects and only serious discussion was permitted.
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  • ...coding, or marketing. The teams would then work together to collaborate on projects and assist each other out on whatever was needed. Unlike other groups, [[iH
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  • .... Aside from that the Notorious members are constantly working together on projects, bigger and smaller. Notorious has it's own little community who does fun t
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  • ...net/member.php?action=profile&uid=741482 Shockwave] {{!}}{{!}} I hope your projects only get better. {{!}}{{!}} 02-17-2014, 02:50 AM
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  • ...[[Icy]]. Riptide had a great idea behind the group however many plans and projects were not finished due to [[!Glitch]]'s inactivity and thus the group was ev
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  • ...ck group.” As of right now, the team has not publicly noted any particular projects or threads that are in the process of being developed. One notable aspect o
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  • ...constantly evolving updates. Legends frequently work on a lot of off-site projects. Legends have a password protected sub-forum within the group called Syndic
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  • ...] as a mutual decision with [[Omniscient]] because he wanted to pursue his projects. Eventually, Crow took his role.
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  • ...stor. The focus of the group is multifaceted, focusing on the subjects and projects that the leaders and members of the group are most interested in. This coul
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  • ...0 for membership. Polymath's members also released a variety of tutorials, projects, and events in the group's name such as Polymath Radio, AI chatbot, soundtr
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  • ...eEnergy and rebranded it into [[Pirates]]. Being extremely busy with other projects, eCoLoGy sold the group [[Pirates]] to beslim who then took control and ult
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  • ...bit]] assigned [[Nevieth]] to handle the group while he focused on offsite projects.
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  • | PersonComm = <blockquote>I like to be involved with official projects and groups like the writers, but I don't like the massive hype around the c
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  • ...2017 primarily focused on finding like-minded individuals to work on group projects and physical product development.
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  • ...a vacation ban on the 2nd of February 2018 so that he could take on other projects that he was interested in.
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  • ...a company, and went on to sell it after 2 years. I have got other various projects in development which only came about because of people I met on HF, or skil
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  • One of Tony's most significant projects on [[Hack Forums]] was the [https://hackforums.net/showthread.php?tid=49047
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  • ...ve together, and advance multiple fields in computer science, cooperate on projects, and evolve their knowledge."
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  • [[Category:Projects]]
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  • ..., it was a nice change for me. Seeing members actually working together on projects and having civil/intellectual discussions on various topics. |[[Qwazz]]|246
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  • ...cruited into any one of four distinct divisions, each with unique leaders, projects, and goals.
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  • Adam has been a part of many projects throughout his years on [[Hack Forums]]. Two of his most recent additions t
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  • ...talking about his motivation for this goal. Throughout the years, it's the projects and experiences on Hack Forums that have taught Dorrance more than a classr
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  • === Copying to other projects or wikis? ===
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  • ...ve been able to develop and work with many users on the forum on different projects - while also leading up to some ideas I've had for hardware devices I now s
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  • ...You are legally responsible for your edits and contributions on Wikimedia Projects, so for your own protection you should exercise caution and avoid contribut
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