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14th Jul 2004, 04:56 PM
I keep getting an error try to post other wise"Fatal error: Call to undefined function: stipslashes() in /www/nalicity/www/news_send.php on line 68" so here goes!

The Shattered Oasis Team is hosting a mapping contest that will end August the 10th.
Any map submitted between now and then is considered an entry.
Fabulous Prizes to be announced!
The winning map will find a place in our next major release!
The rules are as follows:
1. All maps must be in the Detonation game type, and fully support bot play
2. Submitted maps may use whatever textures or static meshes they see fit, but they must have permission to use the ones not packaged with SO & UT2004. You may not use UT2K4 music, however it is acceptable to use Shattered Oasis music, compose your own, or obtain permission to use third party music.
*Violation of international copyright law will result in immediate disqualification.*
*Original content is not required, but is certainly a bonus.
3. Submitted maps must be packaged in a .zip or .rar file. You must include an english language readme file in the .zip/.rar file containing the following; your name, your e-mail, estimated build time, a short description of the map, and any applicable legal information reguarding use of copywritten material. Maps must also include at least one screenshot, 256x256, in the .zip/.rar file.
4. You may not receive content for your map from any member of the dev team. You may ask any questions relevant to the mapping process in our fourms.

Submitted Map Links should be sent to toothless@shatteredoasis.com
Please direct all questions reguarding the contest here http://forums.jolt.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=1065
As always, more information will be avaliable on our homepage http://www.shatteredoasis.jolt.co.uk/

*Note I've made a nifty little wallpaper for the shameless promotion of our contest *

Thanks A Bunch;
Matt & Co.

14th Jul 2004, 06:19 PM
Ok, fixed the error... and I'll proceed to beat the newsies until they post something.

15th Jul 2004, 12:15 AM
thanks a lot