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Vitorio Miliano

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From 2001 to 2004, I ran the Unreal Developer Network site for Epic Games, at http://udn.epicgames.com/. The site was built on TWiki Athens (and later upgraded to Beijing), plus several substantial modifications including a new static file exporting system, multiple attachments uploading, better includes, better searches, etc. We also sponsored HighResolutionLogos, although these were apparently never accepted into mainline TWiki.

I no longer use TWiki professionally or personally and am not interested in being contacted regarding it.

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