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20 February, 2014 (14:45) | lol blog | By: dovac

Trying to think up titles for blogs is hard.

Trying to think up what to write is even harder.

So general updates:

In March I’m going part time for my day job so I can better focus on Sekai Project. The next few months are going to be crazy busy with all the new leads we have. I’m hoping we hit $100,000 in revenue by end of the year. Is that high? or low? Who knows, I will revisit the number when the next few projects are down the pipeline.

Currently we’re operating at a loss of over $20,000 since the company has started. That doesn’t include all the unpaid work that the staff has been volunteering their time.

I’m really glad the current team is willing to work for the bigger goals and I can’t thank them enough to join me on this wild party.

Narcissu 1st and 2nd Steam Greenlight Adventures

9 November, 2013 (17:53) | lol blog | By: dovac

Decided to write up a little post about how/why Narcissu 1st and 2nd was decided to be pushed to Steam as well as future plans. Read more »

yande.re retirement

23 August, 2013 (17:58) | lol blog | By: dovac

Before everyone freaks out, I’m not retiring yande.re. I’m retiring FROM running/paying for yande.re.

I’ve decided to hand off the site to Checkmate, a trusted member of the site. You might have known him from 3 years ago when he offered to help host a mirror for a long period when I was unemployed. Transfer of the server billing and domain name is in progress so I will not have any more input in the development of the site.

As some are aware, I’ve started my own startup (sekaiproject.com) and have been in Japan for 9 days working on getting content creators to use my startup’s platform. I’ve been successful in getting parties interested in using the platform, so I have decided to proceed with full force with my plans of crowdfunding Japanese culture and goods to the overseas market.

Without running yande.re/oreno.imouto.org/moe.imouto.org I would not have gotten the experience I needed to see that the industry in Japan really needs a new method of getting their works overseas at an affordable cost.

By allowing the fans to pay for localization, printing costs, licensing fees of various goods before a product would be released overseas, it would allow Japanese companies to enter the market with much less risk. With less risk it would mean they would be much more willing to release experimental and innovative goods.

Anyways, in the end thank you for reading this long post and I hope that when my startup is ready you would be willing to support it.

moebooru on windows

16 February, 2013 (23:09) | lol blog | By: dovac

I meant to post about this, if you don’t visit our bitbucket you should as I’ve created a wiki article on how to install Moebooru on windows

I hope it helps some people…

Moebooru install script

30 September, 2012 (17:22) | lol blog | By: dovac

Since people have problems installing all the things need for moebooru to run, I’ve written a bash script to help do the install for you. Its been only tested on Ubuntu 12.04.1, maybe in the future it’ll support Centos and Debian.

Hope it helps :P