Master Mines

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A pile of notes

I carry a small note book with me so that when I get an idea in my head I can write it down.  Needless to say it is filled with Giants stuff as of late.  My problem now is finding the time to look over the notes and put it into the text of the game.

I am planning one day this weekend where I get to sit down and do nothing but write.

Oh, and here is a question for you other masterminds.  Where should I post a copy of the game text for you all to look at?  Should it be a PDF, can anyone look at it or just the masterminds?

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July 18, 2007 - Posted by | Giants

4 Comments »

  1. Well, here’s the rub: anything you post here is public, since this is a publicly accessible blog. It’s up to you whether you want the document public of closed, but if you want it closed you should email the folks on the list. (Or email me, and I’ll do that since I have everyone’s address.)

    I have a preference on fully open design, but I don’t want to push that on you if you don’t — opening your draft isn’t currently a requirement for Master Mines, and it’s not something anyone specifically signed up for.

    As far as format, PDF, Word, HTML & plain text are all cool — whatever’s easiest for you. If you’re looking for a place to post it, you can attach it to your Giants page — feel free to drop me a line if you have any problems using WordPress.

    Comment by Ryan Macklin | July 18, 2007 | Reply

  2. Google Documents will let you import from Word or OpenOffice and just share with specific email addresses. I, for one, also stand on the side of fully open, but your game is yours so of course it’s up to you.

    A whole day just to write! How lovely that would be.

    Comment by misuba | July 19, 2007 | Reply

  3. Thanks Ryan, I’ll let you know if I have any problems with it.

    For now I think I’ll keep it closed, but that may change in time.

    Yep, a whole day of writing, at least I hope.

    Comment by thelostgm | July 19, 2007 | Reply

  4. Just remember: once you open your draft to public consumption, it’s hard to un-open it.

    Comment by Ryan Macklin | July 19, 2007 | Reply


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