// Website Source and Licensing

I've recently published the full source for this website. That link leads to a git repo containing all the text data (article content etc.) and graphics plus the various programs used.

The program source code contained in that repo is available under the MIT License unless otherwise indicated. Text on this website (articles, wiki pages, etc.) and original graphics are now licensed under the CC BY 4.0 license unless otherwise indicated.

(Note that most of the graphics aren't my original work - they're photos of cover art, screengrabs from film and TV, preview images sourced from the web, etc. .)

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Conclusion: Zerstorer and FMJ 3 are both pretty good. Zerstorer accomplished a lot for a mod made in '97 (breakables, rain, new models & sounds), and FMJ 3 was a cool throwback. I particularly liked MFX and Tronyn's maps from FMJ 3.

Next time I spin up Quake I think I'll play czg's Honey mod and Func Map Jam 1 (the Honey-themed jam)'s avatar image // / 111083158172187978 Origin link. Source file.
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It's funny to me that most of the reviews I see on Discogs now are comments about this or that particular pressing. I like the half-thought-out comments about the music itself more.

I guess that means I should make an account there and start posting reviews.