ForumsThe Tavern[ANSWERED] Why did ArmorGames become user before Dan?

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winmaster1
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Psst . . . Just post.

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nichodemus
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Why not ask him yourself if you're so interested?

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I bet he won't reply in a long time.

GhostOfMatrix
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They probably made those accounts in the same day.

winmaster1
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Well, ArmorGames closed his comments, and DanielMcNeely will NEVER answer. I asked him, he never answered.

nichodemus
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Ask a more active admin then.

winmaster1
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You mean like Boppins?

Salvidian
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Does it matter? Besides, it does make a bit more sense to have ArmorGames as the very first user. I mean, this is ArmorGames, right? Seems fitting.

winmaster1
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But Dan MADE ArmorGames, he as to be done for ArmorGames to be user.

winmaster1
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I mean has.

nichodemus
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No. Creating the site doesn't require you making the first user as AG. Not like it really deserves much hype.

Ask Ferret. To ask Dan.

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It could be that ArmorGames as a user was the first centralized Webmaster while AG 2.0 was still new.

Salvidian
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Would they need a Webmaster account?

winmaster1
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Freakenstein answered it for now. We're done here, for now.

winmaster1
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No. Creating the site doesn't require you making the first user as AG.

No, no, no, I mean Dan has to be done for AG to sign up as a user.
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Not quite sure what you are asking. Why is the user ArmorGames created before Dan? I wasn't here for that specifically, but it isn't too unusual a thing in developing software or databases. You create a test user for your creation, which you may or may not end up using yourself in the end.

When it comes time to actually start using the application (or in this case, website), you begin creating users as normal...and you may have one or several old test users created before any of the real users.

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