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In fact, many of people declared that RST is the one who hacked Rv-League (same IP) . And some people said it was a revenge: RRR was hacked too. So, why are you covering the truth, the wikia is only for giving clear and honest messages. Besides, it won't bother you, just want from the admin to defend himself.

Swear you say the truth and rst has nothing to do with 'Rv-League'!

Declarations and factual evidence are two different things. If you manage to find a cited source with tangible evidence such as a post, irc log, or any similar place you can add this with <ref> tag. Until then please stop making edits... G4JC 22:03, 30 June 2009 (UTC)

citations: regards... that was KAY who wants to show the RST's real person ( [I used to be a hacker) ... and trying to bust it, when other "scared" people try to hide it

The old RRR sounds to be hacked??? or it's just... well... RST put it down so then... can somebody explain how it's back.. because when someone hacks a forum then he kills the login, sir!

Edit the topic, it's not "Afrinic" but "ATI: Agence Tunisienne d'Internet", EpicFail ip tracer :P

I won't edit the topic, until we discuss it. (promised) regards, old pal, KDL


(3:56:23 PM) Totutitatou: hmm (3:58:21 PM) Totutitatou: to be honest, as far as I know RST was the only one saying RVTT people were attacking his website, I don't remember about a RVTT hack, or if it was the case, no one was suspected.
False Rumors, discussion closed. G4JC 20:30, 1 July 2009 (UTC)

Well, Ask him about "Rv-League" not "RVTT"!!! rvtt was never hacked, rv-league was hacked in 2005

Ok then, I'll look into the matter later on today. G4JC 15:04, 2 July 2009 (UTC)


for what's it from what I remember from back then:

for sure someone hacked RRR. I don't know how they hacked it, probably removed the posts or something like that. RST was quite upset about it. And I remember he thought it was the french. I don't know how he came to that conclusion, maybe it was by IP addresses, maybe not. I think he even mentioned some name(s) that he thought that did it but that's really not important.

And yes the old RV League was shortly after hacked. Maybe it was RST because he thought the persons behind it were hacking his forum, or maybe it wasn't. Anyway whoever did either of the hacking jobs did a disservice to the RV community.

Anyway that was like half a decade ago, what does it matter anymore? Whoever does that kind of unethical stuff is not going to come out and admit it. -Arto

Thanks for the info Arto, I'm still looking into the matter as I have the time. But I also agree, it is so old I don't think we can get enough evidence for either part, and it's not exactly the best thing to be remembering... "A re-volt day that will live in infamy". xD G4JC 01:35, 7 July 2009 (UTC)

This page is strangely biased

There are several strange parts of this page that should be modified to make it objective. Since there seems to be no way to modify the page that I can see, I will post the weird parts here with my proposed changes:

He enjoys watching movies, programming, and helping the community in general.

The "helping the community in general" should be removed. Maybe if something along that line is needed then maybe "helping the RRR community in general" is more suitable, as he is not interested in Re-Volt community in general as it stands right now.

He is also known for his good sense of humor.

This should be removed. This is subjective assertion.

He has been able to change the Re-Volt scene back around ...

This sentence does not seem to make sense. What does it mean? Back around to what? The sentence, to my undestarding, implies going back into some past time. I propose changing it to something like this to make it objective:

He has provided many new tools to the Re-Volt community

In the next chapter there is a line:

On the contrary he is a rather nice guy once you get to know him

This is subjective and should be removed.

As is this:

Software protection is the way of the future take Windows Vista for it's extreme anti-piracy security.

Should be removed.

I just got around to working on this. Thanks for the information arto, I agree some of the information was subjective. Some edits were made to make it less bias from an outside viewpoint. G4JC 22:26, 22 July 2009 (UTC)

Much better now! - Arto

I would appriciate it if you changed "She is sort of a community mascot. " to "She is sort of a RRR community mascot." or something of the sort. Thanks, --Zipperrulez 22:03, January 20, 2010 (UTC)

Fixed, thanks for letting me know. G4JC 21:56, January 22, 2010 (UTC)

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