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Sign up here and help FSR!

Discussion in 'Formula SimRacing' started by David Dominguez, Dec 13, 2011.

  1. Organizing a big league like FSR is not a walk in the park. Many people are working in the background not only during the season, but also in the off-season as currently.
    Basically, we are always looking for new people out of our community who want to give something back to the league by helping it achieve its goals.
    This is why I've made this thread. If you ever thought of helping FSR in whatever position, then this is the right place for you to sign up.

    There are the following ways where you can currently help:

    -Press Team Member
    -Modder/Track builder
    -Programmer
    -Graphical editors

    If you want to help, please sign up! ;)
     
  2. I could do some graphic stuff once season is closer im moving to America in jan but ill be online almost straight away and don't want to miss a race ;)
     
  3. Bram

    Bram
    Roaring Pipes Maniacs | #27 Staff Premium Member

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  4. Hi, i could help with Press Team area i guess ? Also we need to have a chat David :) if you remember we said we would a while back :D
     
  5. And some people wants a 18-20 race calendar, with full working broadcasts and an active website ... :)
     
  6. I don't have enough time, but I think that I can help a bit with graphics in some cases :)
     
  7. im not very ugly, can i help you with any thing? ;) or " no ugly no help?
     
  8. hi i am Loucas Afxentiou i could make some practise with fsr mod to see me please?
     
  9. I'm not a programmer, but I do graphics, and I would love to help with anything...press team also, though I don't know what it's about :)
     
  10. is anything happening?
     
  11. This isn't up on the list, but if you ever need another commentator for the live races and/or highlights I'm down for that. I'm currently doing commentary for and with Andrew Bortz, and Steve a.k.a Cadmuss. Steve and I also have an F1 podcast, so I've got experience doing this sort of commentary.