You might have noticed lately that I've not been as active as I'd like to be. It's true - lately I can only properly check this wiki once every few days. I usually check on my mobile on other days, but it's not really suitable for wiki editing.
There are many reasons for this, but the main reason is one you've probably heard me say a million times: real life's gotten busy. Now, I know you're not satisfied with that, so let me detail the more specific reasons.
- School has really gotten into gear - You see, my school as actually quite famous for putting a ridiculous amount of workload to its students. January was the start of a new term, so there wasn't really as much work as there usually is. This month is different. Now I wouldn't go in detail about my homeworks, but I hope you can understand.
- Midterms are coming up - I don't think I need to explain this one. Midterms are on the first week of march.
- My PC got busted - This has already been a problem for quite a while, but only started getting worse around a week ago. My computer wouldn't start up, and if it did, it usually dies in an hour or two, sometimes without warning and sometimes with a BSoD. I already identified the problem. The harddisk is almost busted, and so is the CPU. The motherboard too, is quite problematic. I guess that's just the effects of a few years of irresponsible use. I'm planning on getting a netbook soon and fixing my PC later, but for the mean time I won't be able to edit properly.
The reason I'm detailing these reasons is because I don't want people to think I've gone inactive for no reason, like I've did in the past. I don't want the current active users to be discouraged by my inactivity, because I've seen this happen a few times.
My request to the current active users of this wiki is, please keep editing. I promise I'll be much more active in mid-March, and I'll be sure to answer your questions in the mean time. With the current crop of users, I really do think this wiki could become a proper wiki once more.
Oh, in case you're wondering, I wrote this on my parent's machine.