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      December 2, 2020, 4:09 pm to Public
      The floodgates are beginning to open guys...

      The build height has increased.

      MegaMinerDL said 2023-03-02 14:52:52
      He gone. Maybe a real architect now?
      CubicBrainstorm replied to Ryer's comment below 2020-12-14 17:02:47
      Yeah thats totally right, it needs some time. I do consider that. Even Mineways could open the Snapshot, currently it's only possible to export with the standard altitude.
      Let's see what come next. ☕️
      Ryer replied to CubicBrainstorm's comment below 2020-12-14 02:19:13
      I mean, considering there has only been one Snapshot development release just over a week ago, where this was not only an unfinished feature, but an unnanounced unfinished feature, and considering it usually takes a bit of time for Mineways to update their code, especially with such a massive change to the world file format... I will admit I am not at all surprised that it crashes.

      Be patient.
      CubicBrainstorm said 2020-12-13 16:18:05
      Very useful, thanks! But for rendering its currently impossible to export... :( For example, Mineways is always crashing. :D
      McMeddon said 2020-12-02 21:34:33
      *h e a v y B r e a t h i n g*
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      Ryer shared Gamefruitpulp's post
      April 30, 2020, 2:15 pm with Public
      April 30, 2020, 2:02 pm to Public
      My latest PMC Showcase video is now out! In this video, I take a look at an awesome Sci-Fi project created by well-known builder Ryer! I hope that you enjoy the video!

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      April 28, 2020, 7:30 pm to Public
      Ahdahmah said 2020-04-28 23:46:54
      I do it for you
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      March 12, 2020, 10:55 am to Public
      So it sounds like starting next week I am going to have to be taking Architecture studio classes online... Somehow...

      I don't really understand how that's supposed to work
      mattuFIN said 2020-03-13 08:27:23
      I was supposed to start working on a wooden 1:25 scale model of a building for a course next week, but 17 cases of COVID were diagnosed in my university a few days ago, and it looks like they might close or limit the use of the workshop for a while. It's a messed up situation for sure.
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      February 22, 2020, 4:18 pm with Public
      February 22, 2020, 11:08 am to Public
      We'd like to take some time to say thank you for all the awesome stuff you all share with the community! We know how hard all of you work and how much creativity and time goes into every creation posted on Planet Minecraft.

      Unfortunately, there are some people that would like to use your hard work for their personal or financial gain. While it can be exciting that someone wants your permission to share your content, it's worth taking some time to look into where your content is actually going. Sometimes, they don't even ask for your permission. Not cool.

      The most common dishonest requests ask to use something you made for a different version of Minecraft or to re-upload content to another website or app without fully explaining how your content will used. Sometimes these are harmless, open and honest requests by people wanting to promote your work with credit to a community that speaks another language. Sometimes the person just wants to personally use your creation in another version of Minecraft or highlight it in a Youtube video. What's important is that you know how your work will be used and that proper credits are given. Sometimes the main reason the person wants the content you spent considerable time and effort to create is to make a profit off of it and could care less about crediting and promoting the real content creator, you.

      Here are a few things you can do to protect yourself and your creations:

      Step 1 : Documentation
      Upload your creation to Planet Minecraft as soon as it is ready and before you share it with anyone else. Doing this gives you something super important that proves you were the one who made what you're sharing: a date and time attached to exactly when your creation was first shared. This timestamp and any other documentation helps prove ownership.

      Tip: If you don't want to share your post publicly, you can still protect your content with this step! Create your submission but uncheck "Publish Live". This will draft your post so only you can see it!

      Step 2 : Consider a License
      Register your creation for a Creative Commons License. You might be familiar with this already as you might have seen it on other posts already. It's a simple step that allows you to express exactly when and how your creation should be used by others. You can get started on creating your CC License here: https://creativecommons.org/choose/.

      Note: legally you are the owner of any skin or texture you make regardless the license you may put in place for it. Posting to PMC for timestamp reasons is a great way to protect and prove! Technically, the right to any skin or texture is the same as a painter having the right to their painting. Painters use canvases and so do you! Just in a different medium! There's a great article on The Informed Illustrator regarding digital art & copywright law that's worth reading if you need clarity on this subject.

      Step 3 : Knowledge
      If someone asks you if they can use something you made, do a bit of research! Something as simple as visiting that person's profile here or on their linked social media pages may help you determine if they mean well. Be cautious of new members reaching out to you who have empty profiles, no linked accounts and no posts here. Ask questions when people request to use your work such as where it will be posted, how it will be credited and who will see your work. Make sure you are getting credit for your own work and that it won't be put behind advertising links, sold or behind paid access.

      Step 4 : Common sense
      Listen to your gut! You have every right to say no and you don't have to have a reason why. Saying no doesn't mean you're selfish or mean. If something doesn't feel right and you think someone might be dishonest, don't give them permission.

      Step 5 : Raise Awareness
      Learn more and get involved in protecting your work and others. Share these steps. Helping others understand how to protect themselves can be just as important as protecting yourself. Awareness sites like https://stopmodreposts.org/ have been helping this cause for years!

      We hope that this helps you protect yourself and your work. Your creations are valuable and so are you!

      Happy Crafting,
      Planet Minecraft Team
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