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More than 800 ships! ► STAR Hangar ◄ the place to buy or sell ships!
I'm not sure if this is the place to post this but I would like to let everyone knows that there is a brand new SC wiki in the work.
The project started a few months ago with a few Redditors and I from the /r/StarCitizen community as the Wikia is outdated and also the admin went MIA at that time. We made some amazing progress within this short amount of time and we're looking forward to grow even more.
We're looking for some help from the communities in writing, expanding, proofreading, and translating our content. And it would be awesome if we can get some love from the community here as well!
If you want to help out in the wiki, drop by our discord and someone will set you up! If you're just wandering around, have a look in some of the articles and give us some feedbacks!
- o7 AtxAtx aka alistair3149
By Tom Villder
aka CIG Reddit Comment Archive.
This subreddit makes one post a day that features every comment made by CIG developers on reddit. Pretty useful for keeping track of questions being answered and new information being disclosed, for example:
Mr. Matherly, (a reddit/imgur user named achillean), has detailed a map showing all the ping returns from computers around the world. He calls it Shodan.
He cautions that some areas appear darker than they should be because various countries block ping requests and others funnel them to specific isp locations.
Africa, Canada and even Alaska seemed right to me, since there are huge areas that would be considered Rural using tech standards. Surprising are some areas like Australia, Middle East, and Russia. I had the mental image of more wide spread usage, but the focus there was in select high population areas.
Red is heavy, then down to yellow, then green, then black.
So... What color are you? - DRUM out