In an un expected and dramatic move , reboot.pro was today added to the all time Simon King's Censorship Hall of Fame:
finally being awarded the same relevance as other competitors such as MSFN, Wikipedia and TabletPCReview:
Unfortunately the precursor of all, DonationCoder, has not been included.
For those that are unaware of the events in those early days, before Simon King's Censorship Hall of Fame was founded, here are some relevant links:
To be fair, DonationCoder had the privilege of being addressed in a press release:
and to be mentioned in a newsletter to the Licensed users of MagicRAR:
While I believe that this achievement is on par of the above, if any of the Licensed users of ZipMagic members of the board would receive a similar letter, it would be nice if they could publish it here, somehow just entering the Hall of Fame seems a tadbit less relevant than a targeted e-mail.
The expected UPROAR of indignation about censorship on TabletPcReview on Slashdot:
NEVER was, that could be another way to have reboot.pro distinguish itself from the other entries in the Hall of Fame.