View Full Version : Introducing the Combustion Exchange FTP Site

Alex Udell
09 September 2003, 10:34 PM
How many times have you seen a Combustion query here that you knew how to answer, but it would just take too much time to describe in writing?

Didn't you wish you had a place where you could just post a sample project or result that explained the process and point people to it?

Well, now you can.

Log in as: combustion_user
Password: learn

1) I'm starting this small, so don't expect blazing speed. This all on my DSL connection, so some of that bandwidth needs to be saved for me to get my work done.

2) When posting, I suggest: ZIP everything related to the project in one file, use compressed sources (we'll get the idea), include a text file briefly describing what the project is supposed to relate to or maybe the forum post it relates to, and an e-mail so that ppl can ask follow up questions if it's not clear. Name the ZIP as relevantly as you can.

3) Do not post Copyrighted media or software you do not have permission for. I don't take responsibility for the content, that is up to you. Be aware and be careful. Watermark your collaterals if necssary.

4) This is not "Alex's combustion Tutorials" FTP. I will contribute to it, but really what I'm trying to provide is the place.

I hope you find this useful.


Alex Udell
site admin

09 September 2003, 03:23 AM
Nice one Alex! :thumbsup: Thats a great idea, & very nice of you to provide the ftp space :)

09 September 2003, 12:39 PM
thanx for doing this.
If i ever get down to porting ayatos tuts to C2 i'd post them here...just what i wanted.

thank you sooo much.


09 September 2003, 11:37 PM
Alex: drop me an e-mail at and, if you're interested, we can get you some space on the ( server for this.

Anyway, it sounds like a great idea, and the kind of thing a lot of people would be interested in....

09 September 2003, 07:51 AM
Very, very nice, great idea mate, thanks!

Cheers! 8)

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