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I'm going to spill the beans. SimCity 4 has been out for a solid 14 (!) years now, yet we as a community still have pretty good control over this game's content. What are the benefits and / or risks if, say I upload my plugins folder somewhere for anyone to download? That would be at their own risk. Obviously it's nice to credit the creator, as if everyone downloads files individually they can track the number of people who are using their files. It also lets members rate and comment on them too for good feedback. If rules were relaxed, there's be a big change to this. I get asked all the time to upload my plugins folder and usually my answers for not doing so seem to fall flat, especially over the years. It may be a good time for us to refresh our policy around this topic. A change to protectionism could open SC4 to a bunch of new users, but that comes with changes to the use policies we as a community have set up. I'd like to know your thoughts. This thread is for discussion only. It is not a means to argue or challenge anything. EDIT: See a similar discussion on SC4D here: http://sc4devotion.com/forums/index.php?topic=17599.0 Thanks @Akallan!
GOVERNMENT CHANGES 12TH September 2004 For four years, the people of this region have made a colossal effort to improve their living conditions and future. Improvement plans of public and social services are being developed slowly but firmly. Ses Isles Governor Talking with the oposition leader All this has had a high economic cost, which has involved the absolute emptying of Ses Isles economic reserves. The regional government raised throughout this summer, the best way to increase the resources of the region and the most talked proposal was to increase taxes on those with higher standard of living. Demonstration Against The Rise taxes proposals Obviously, there were many detractors. And last August 23, elections to the regional parliament, gave a loud thud to these projects. The government party, the SISP, has lost much popular support, giving strength to neo-liberal parties such as SIP or PFD. 2004 Ses Isles Parliament Elections Results REGION MAP AND OVERVIEW LINK