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Speedmapping Site... Plus Some Goodies!
Well, Quake 1 speedmapping has a home now! The place for new and old speedmap packs, plus turtlemaps!

http://speedq1.spawnpoint.org/

"But!" you say, "You can't make news updates about new sites, Scampie! That's just lunacy!"

Well never fear! We also got some good stuff in the 'Special Edition' section! An expanded version of SM57_Pulsar which is totally awesome, and a mini-episode of RPG expanded maps, all coming from our 'Four Seasons of Quake' megatheme we had a month or so ago. Check the maps out!
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RPG Is Seksi 
^^; 
Cool 
Some things i'd like to see:

- Seperate text files outside of the zips for each pack.
- Bigger thumbnails, or actual fullsize screenshots.

P.S. Any hope of salvaging all of the old screenshots from the previous speedq1 site? 
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2 good points there, i think.

I'd definitely like to see screenshots of all the maps in each pack, but it's a lot of work, and as Scampie said before, it does eat up bandwidth. Maybe if we made the screenshots smaller it'd be alright... i'd be happy to do the menial task of transferring them all over to html templates. 
Yeah. 
.txts are an easy addition.

I decided on the image size becuase it allowed a good amount of info in the text, fit in the design, and didn't eat my bandwidth.

Screenshots of every single speedmap will take... an ok sized chunk of space, and will be a drain on bandwidth. See, most people will just browse the screens all the time... and rarely accually download the maps. Not really worth it. And besides, screenshots are merely decoration on the site anyway, people aren't downloading the speedmaps becuase of what they look like.

But whatever, if people really want them, We can add them, I do still have all the old speedmap site's shots, so I can definatly save them.


ANYWAY...

How 'bout them expanded maps? RPG of course did a good job, he had a good base for his maps, but the additions and expansions to Pulsar's map really makes it a good solid q1sp, really a good example of what a speedmap can turn into. I'll get Than's special editions maps added tonight, forgot about those last night, and I'll add any future special editions of speedmaps anyone chooses to do. 
Personally... 
I think the expanded maps are good enough to warrant a news item of their own.

Really enjoyed playing them. Well done RPG and Pulsar!

Liked the site, too. Easy to find stuff which was really the whole point of you doing it so well done to you too. As one of the few modem users left on the planet I say the less screenshots on main pages the better. :-) 
Scampie 
Why does it say Quake Condensed has four maps when in fact it has five? 
SM57_Pulsar_SE 
Good job on the second edition, Pulsar. Some cool Vondurian architecture in there, as well as a few gameplay surprises. A good challenge without being overwhelming or too difficult, and a decent finale. Good job on the lighting, too; it's difficult to light large rooms like that and have it come out nice. 
Morfans: 
The news item is mostly the maps, with the site riding in with them. They'll get plenty of exposure as is anyway :D 
_w00t 
good to see!

did you know i linked to this site 6 days ago when i updated my site about turtlemap 3? :o 
Pulsar 
very nice map indeed! solid and true quake-ish architecture and details. a pity it has 'speedmap' stick on it though ;) 
Errr... 
"But!" you say, "You can't make news updates about new sites, Scampie! That's just lunacy!"

I think you can, Scumpie! Especially when it's a new site promoting mapping (even at it's most reviled aspect) and providing a service to the FPS community.

I of course, will be boycotting it =). 
Roar! 
it rox! 
And Anyway... 
the rule is more for people who announce a new site that has no actual content. The speedmap site already has a bunch of old stuff, so it's immediately useful to people. 
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