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But as AscheVBlau has made pretty clear, we need to have an active userbase to get things rolling again. I miss drawing with friends too.
C# and am currently reading up on database admininstrating. So maybe I can be of some help and service after may next year.
So maybe I can help a bit later with the coding when I'm done with the studies after may next year. I've been reading HTML5, CSS3, MYSQL, T-SQL, Json, AngularJS
Just glad to see that the page is still up. Am studying to become a systemdeveloper with specializing in cloud services and .NET applications.---Continue-->
Is anyone else getting a ton of spam comments from coxclaiborne? I can't find an option to delete comments and they're pretty long, full of random ad code.
Also I just talked to my friend, she is willing to donate 30$ and spread the word also. I can also try to find followers that know code.
but I can try and help you get this site up and running again with a bunch of new users. I miss drawing with friends.
Here was the post. http://accursedasche.tumblr.com/post/132852506924/ermmagawd-accursedasche-i-wish-more-people
I can't code, sadly. I can only help gain interest. If I get my followers to join, they will get their followers, and so on. I would love to see it back up.
I made a post about missing the site and talked about and a good amount of people seemed interested but sad they couldn't make accounts.
I have almost 6000 followers on tumblr and over 2000 watchers on DA, I'm sure I can help bring this site back to life.
If I were redoing ArtGrounds and Sketcher today, I would probably put the source code out on GitHub and hope that a team of contributors formed there.
Requests for donations were similarly unsuccessful. Nice words from everyone, but people weren't willing to back their words up with actions.
Very few were willing to put any time and effort into helping out with further development. It made me think maybe people just didn't care that much.
I always wanted the community to contribute, but volunteers failed to show up, so it's always just been me alone who had to do everything. It gets lonely.