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Is it fine to post tutorial about own framework?


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Hello! I'm developing my framework for modding and I wanna to narrate about framework at ForgeForum. Seems subforum "User Submitted Tutorials" is a good place and form for it But I have some doubts. Will there be a tutorial about own framework rated as advertising or something like this?

P.S. This question is intended for @diesieben07, but his pm is closed, so it here.

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Thx for answer!

I mean not something like documentation, more like showcase, but for modders instead of end-users. Anyway, each topic at "User Submitted Tutorials" must represent useful knowledge, I understand this.

 

24 minutes ago, diesieben07 said:

My PM is not closed.

Really?

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