Hi, Just found SoapBox Core and a very helpful design description article in the Old-Wiki. It's dated 1st June 2010, so are the contents up to date? It would be really great if this document is available as downloadable pdf, is it by chance. Or is a version that's being kept up to date posted somewhere else.

thanks John

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Hi jradxl. I migrated all of the wiki content over here. The "design decisions" part went into this question

(21 Sep '10, 21:58) Scott Whitlock ♦♦

Thanks, Scott, It's going to get more and more difficult to find this as the number of questions increases, and I didn't think to look here. And, even more important the entry here is substantially truncated. If here were a Forum, one could mark it sticky, but as it stands I'm glad I found the Wiki version before it goes. Thanks for your efforts with SoapBox, playing the game has been fun, and learning your code has been so very useful. John

(22 Sep '10, 03:51) jradxl

@jradxl: You make a good point. It would be worth editing the faq or some other page to link to important questions like this. I'll probably do that.

(24 Sep '10, 20:50) Scott Whitlock ♦♦

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