I remember the article - welcome! There has not been an OEL hentai VN yet - so good luck!Gabry85 wrote:Comments: i've known Lemma Soft Forum when last year i wrote an article about Ren'Py. Now i got interest in that software and i'm making a hentai visual novel (a trilogy).
Who is the girl in your avatar, and where can I find similar pictures?
i found her by Google ^^
thanks!mikey wrote:I remember the article - welcome! There has not been an OEL hentai VN yet - so good luck!
wow, i'm glad you remember my article
i've many good ideas about my hentai VN, stay tuned! ^o^
Identity Student Preparing for University Enrollment (at least that is what I should be doing...)
Usual Hangout Stepmania Message Boards(forum of unbelieveable DDR simulator/rhythem game engine Stepmania), YY hodgepodge(a personal forum run by a god king-like admin who woes all the time, popular for boards on an online game called Mabinogi), some interesting webcomics (Irregular Webcomic, Freefall, DMFA - recently caught on The Wotch)
How did I found about Ren'Py: Came across in an Wikipedia article (before Wikipedia was compeletely banned in China-that was long ago) and searched with Google.
Error 0x8000FFFF: Unable to parse sentences too long.monele wrote:Just curious : is it really *that* bad as they make it out to be here about all the censoring and stuff? *ponders if such an answer could be censored o_O*
Please rephrase and try again.
If you're asking why they do censorship, the answer would be like "everyone is doing it".
The same thing would be answered if you bring your own drinks to a restaurant in China.
I see a trend of less restaurants charging "Bottle-opening Fee", but another trend of censorship of more websites.
The goverment and the ISPs usually censors something that don't go along with their POV and sites talking about sensitive or controversal topics. (But there are less of those sites than you may think.) Sometimes they censor things for no apparent reason... (e.g. Livejournal)
Technically the Great Firewall of China, built by Cisco, uses a combination of IP block and keyword filtering.
And that's almost everything I know about it.
Otherwise, they say any controversial website against the government and stuff will get censored... Obviously, it's quite easy to block out anything computerized, so it's a scary and effective kind of censorship :/
Now I wonder : are we (US, Europe) just as much censored but we just don't know it?...
Quite a lot of western Europe has censorship laws regarding Nazi imagery, speech etc. While that's usually more openly discussed, it's still really the same thing - oppression of political points of view that the government sees as damaging. Off the top of my head I can remember France forcing either eBay or Yahoo Auctions to remove sales of Nazi memorabilia and Austria imprisoning a British historian for voicing dissenting views on the holocaust.monele wrote:Now I wonder : are we (US, Europe) just as much censored but we just don't know it?...
I seem to recall at least one of the YouTube blockages was Turkey, for that matter, and another... Brazil?
As to stuff of the same type as we hear the Chinese approach is, the only thing I've heard about in my own country is British Telecom's automated blocking of child pornography, which I suspect nobody is really going to kick up a fuss about.
Most governments will happily gag the press/media if they see a national security issue, though, it's just a matter of where the threshold is that they're ready to take such steps at. China just happens to have a reputation for being particularly trigger-happy with the d-notices.
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Real Name: Sollivan
Interests: Hentai, Video Games, Programing
Why am I here? I love Hentai and Programing, and Ren'Py allow me combine both.
Let's the show begin!
I'm just a student with lots of ideas and a bit of freetime... using the ideas and freetime parts, I'm currently trying to write/program a Ren'Py game ^^
Some weeks ago I came to knew about the wonderful engine Ren'Py is, and now I feel an urge to... uh, ask for help >_<'' So... ahem... hi XD
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Hobbies: computer games, drawing, anime + manga
Currently a 2nd year university student doing computer games art at teesside. With a friend since school who likes to do creative writing we decided to do a VN together, add some googlin and renpy is where we turned up.
Hope to start production of characters and backgrounds soon.
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