Blog Comments posted by Sturmvogel
I can't say I know how you feel. But if you need a break, time to collect your thoughts and re-evalute your priorities, don't think twice. None of us would like to see you or 1Emu go, but you have to do what's in your best interest. We don't know what sort of career you've set your sights for. You've mentioned you're working hard on it. Hopefully that provides you with some comfort and happiness. Maybe you need a change from what you're doing. You have a great team of people to handle things here. Get that wrench out of your gears and perhaps 1Emu can once again be that part of your life you can't do without everyday.
I came across 1emulation at a time when I was new to emulation in general, and had a lot of questions. There was then, and there still is a great, albeit small community of members here. That's what's kept me coming back. I think that if you are relying on emulation alone to spur the developemnt of 1emu, it's going to be a long road. I'm sure you know that better than I. Probably the one or one of the things those "other" sites have over us is their breadth of coverage. Maybe 1emu has to go down that road as well, cover emulation and gaming. We are obviously affected by the state of the emulation scene, and its grows and wains as new releases and projects are announced.1Emu may possibly be on the cusp of a break. Our mention in EGM was a good highlight. Bringing developers into the 1emu fold is definately attracting some new blood. But if you want to grow rapidly as the aforemnetioned sites, it will likely take a lot more staff + hard work. To be honest, I sort of like the 1emu community the way it is. I see our consequene of getting "bigger" as the 1Emu community turning into a *vomit* Gamefaqs.
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