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  08 August 2010
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Hey Folks,

I used to visit this forums 2 or 3 times a day. Now I spread it across EIAS3D and once in a blue at EITG. At this rate will this forum be shut down by cgsociety? Is Richard or Alonzo our new forum support to keep this alive?

Where do you check your EI forums at if not here?
 
  08 August 2010
Hi Wilson,

as far as i remember Richard decided not to become a moderator and Alonzo does no longer support the EIAS forum here.

However, a really nice place to check out and join is IMO Alonzo's new Facebook group!

Regards
Stefan

Last edited by futagoza : 08 August 2010 at 07:29 AM.
 
  08 August 2010
Hi Everyone. Richard is helping out at EIAS3D and Alonzo has decided to spread his time across Facebook, EIAS3D and here (at least the last time we chatted). As for a CGTalk moderator, the CGSociety will allow us to keep this board alive (though in legacy status) for as long as there is some sort of activity going on. Thus I will stay on board, as moderator, to monitor that. If the community here were to re-energize itself somehow, I could petition to get this forum re-instated as an active forum...but that will really depend on how well (or if) the EIAS3D team can raise EIAS' market share again. EIAS will have to become a much more popular product for that to happen I would imagine.

I am willing to try and take on more of an active role here again, but I can't do it alone. Essentially I would imagine that either the EITG forum or this forum will eventually fade away. I can't see the two co-existing...and EITG is pretty much out of the picture at this point. (Unless they eventually release Tesla)

If folks want to keep this community going I'll support it. But I'll need your help.
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Last edited by Vizfizz : 08 August 2010 at 12:29 AM.
 
  08 August 2010
Originally Posted by Vizfizz: Essentially I would imagine that either the EITG forum or this forum will eventually fade away. I can't see the two co-existing...and EITG is pretty much out of the picture at this point. (Unless they eventually release Tesla)


Well,....



Does anyone get the same message?

Regards
Stefan
 
  08 August 2010
Hi,

It's a different address for a new EI.

http://www.eias3d.com/

I'm curious what they'll do. I find EI very useful.

-Craig
 
  08 August 2010
Hey Brian,

I'm looking forward to the new EIAS. It has so much to offer already, and the current owners have a long history with it and a ton of capability. I'm certain they're making improvements. I'm glad you're still going to be here. I'll be here as well.

-Craig
 
  08 August 2010
Originally Posted by futagoza: Well,....

Does anyone get the same message?

Regards
Stefan


I get the same message too. I don't know if that means EITG is taking down its site or not. They may be rebuilding it.. I still have no idea what they plan to do with what's left of their product line. Tesla and Amorphium's futures are unknown.
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