Thank you, Gez and Enjay!

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Re: Thank you, Gez and Enjay!

by Firebrand » Sat Jul 03, 2010 19:45

Keep up the great work! 8)

Re: Thank you, Gez and Enjay!

by Remmirath » Wed Jun 16, 2010 10:13

Thank you Gez. :)

And thank you Enjay for breeding me in my early ZDoom days by teaching me the ways of the "Force". :P

Re: Thank you, Gez and Enjay!

by Cutmanmike » Tue Jun 15, 2010 14:02

Here here. Also thanks Enjay, for bringing me to the ZDoom community via the NJTRAIN express :P

Re: Thank you, Gez and Enjay!

by Rex Claussen » Mon Jun 14, 2010 17:15

Seconded.

Thank you, Gez and Enjay!

by Rachael » Mon Jun 14, 2010 15:11

I just wanted to post here to give an unprovoked appreciation towards two people here who I think may be among the most helpful people in the entire Doom community.


For Gez - you might not always like what he posts, but you will always like what he does - and he works tirelessly at it.

He helps maintain the Doom section of Wikia.com and also helps maintain the ZDoom Wiki, ensuring that all content is accurate and up-to-date.

And he's also one of our most active members of the SVN team, adding in numerous builds for different utilities and source ports.

Without Gez, I don't know where we'd be! So, thank you!


And as for Enjay - he helps lots of people with random questions, posts regular ZDoom and GZDoom builds, and helps maintain the forums on this site. He's also one of the best testers for both ZDoom and GZDoom - posting numerous bug reports that often get fixed before anyone else finds them.


They both prove that you don't have to be a full-time developer in a source port to truly make an impact on the community.

So thank you, both of you! :)

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