Announcement: The September 2021 Wiki Content Patch

It’s that time of the month where we report on what we’ve added to the Wiki. This is for the month of September.

Last month, we posted our patch notes for the Wiki. At the time, we added quite a bit of content to the page. This month, however, isn’t quite as impressive. To be honest, this month has been extremely hectic. With increased hours at my day job, piles of updates, and keeping up with standard operations and keeping as many things as on time as possible, this was one element I had to let go a little bit later than normal. Still, the job did get done enough to offer some patch notes.

This month, a few additional mixed for the Future sound of Egypt 400 got posted. While that doesn’t sound like much, we’ve effectively added a couple of additional hours worth of music. So, the update does offer a nice sizable chunk of content even if it’s comparably smaller to other updates.

Naturally, we were able to update the usual shows. This includes the latest episodes for the Future Sound of Egypt, Fables, Resonation, and the V Recordings Podcast. As we noted last month, we didn’t see any new episodes for the Random Movement Podcast. This month is different. There was an additional new episode this month. As a result, we’ve also updated the Random Movement Podcast as well.

So, that is our monthly patch notes for this month. A bit delayed and a bit smaller than other months. Still, we are moving forward. We’ll try to offer another round of updates next month. This month isn’t looking that much better, but if we get a chance, we’ll try and get more pages completed this month. All of this is time permitting, naturally. Of course, it would be easier if someone decided to step forward and offer to help. Hasn’t happened yet, but we are still open to this.

In the mean time, enjoy the new content!

Drew Wilson on Twitter: @icecube85 and Facebook.



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