Author Topic: Outdated Links in "FOTCM_Statement_of_Principles.pdf"  (Read 737 times)

Offline Skysira

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Outdated Links in "FOTCM_Statement_of_Principles.pdf"
« on: August 11, 2017, 10:25:27 PM »
https://paleochristianity.org/documents/FOTCM_Statement_of_Principles.pdf could use some updates, as many of the links point to Cassiopedia instead of https://thecasswiki.net .

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Re: Outdated Links in "FOTCM_Statement_of_Principles.pdf"
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Re: Outdated Links in "FOTCM_Statement_of_Principles.pdf"
« Reply #2 on: September 14, 2017, 01:25:56 AM »
https://paleochristianity.org/documents/FOTCM_Statement_of_Principles.pdf could use some updates, as many of the links point to Cassiopedia instead of https://thecasswiki.net .

'tis all.
ty for reading :)

Thank you Skysira for the info.

Every time you say "yes" to someone who doesn't deserve it, and go against Yourself and what you value the most, you kill a small part of your essence. LKJ

One should also keep in mind that when you interfere in the "lesson plan" of another by trying to rescue them, you very often take their karma or lessons on yourself. That is, when you try to stop bullets for someone else, YOU are the one who gets shot. LKJ


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Re: Outdated Links in "FOTCM_Statement_of_Principles.pdf"
« Reply #3 on: September 17, 2017, 06:02:55 PM »
https://paleochristianity.org/documents/FOTCM_Statement_of_Principles.pdf could use some updates, as many of the links point to Cassiopedia instead of https://thecasswiki.net .

'tis all.
ty for reading :)

Thanks for the reminder! We've created a new document with footnotes/links to The Cassiopaea Wiki:

Update: Version 5.7 is still a DRAFT and will be made available when it's ready.
« Last Edit: September 19, 2017, 01:39:26 PM by Data »
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