Cheers for the link!
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I like these things especially when they cover technical modding activities and become a bit of a tip from the modders page.
All modders of all levels have ideas and tricks that they can share that are of interest to other modders of all levels. So even a new guy will have tips that benefit somebody out there.
That was our thought, too. :)
The only thing I would suggest is ask people if they have any questions for the modder, link to some of his stuff etc, better yet videos of it or screenshots. It will give other modders a chance to ask how they did something and give you a real exclusive, it will also allow experienced modders to share solutions with the modder if he has a problem and mentions it in the interview, generating more forum chat in the process :)
Plus as editor you choose what you want to post in the interview so if the answer is not very good, simply do not use it :)
The modders experience does not matter, its not important and should never be important. There are several ways to do most jobs and no single way is the only way to do it. Even I learn things from noobs on a regular basis and I have a lot of experience of modding. So I know the true value of a fresh set of modders eyes on a topic and I value it.
This is a good feature, I hope you can keep it up. Giskarduk's idea of community involvement is good one. Although I would guess after awhile the questions would be similar enough that a good interviewer would know what the community is after.
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