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Topic # 6988 10-Mar-2006 07:23
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G'day guys.

I have created an F1 Picks game site. Free to join.

Have just started the project so will be adding more features as time goes on, but wanted to have the site running for the start of the season.

www.softwarex.co.nz/F1

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  Reply # 30415 10-Mar-2006 08:10
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Great idea.

Any licencing/copyright issues come up yet (they might if you get popular - F1 is big business), i would suggest a prominent disclaimer noting your non-association with Bernie.

If it was A1, I would have signed up on the spot :-) (Go New Zealand!!)

I wish you all the best. Whats your goal for the site (hobby, make money, learn web development, learn databases.... etc ?)




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  Reply # 30460 10-Mar-2006 21:02
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Yeah might have to look at that.

Maybe in time I will do SuperCars, IRL, A1, etc.

Just a hobby really. I am a professional developer so no worries on that front. Basically started off as a site for me and a few mates for bragging rights on F1 knowledge, but thought might as well make it open to the world ;-)

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