Setting up a cal repo

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Setting up a cal repo

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I've been searching with no luck on finding a cache cal repo, so I'm going to try and start one. If anyone wants to contribute their cache dumps I'll go through and sort label them so we can have a nice organized area to download from
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what do you mean cal repo? what type of cal? you can always start a thread like this one and keep editing the first post(s) to organise it. viewtopic.php?f=7&t=3
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yup something pretty much like that, all the different cals for the different modules. the ecms have all pretty much been touched on but all the other poor modules get neglected.
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If you've got the time start a thread for it and if it gets enough content to be a solid repository I'll sticky it. Can help you maintain it too if people post trusted updates in the thread, and add them or update the main post.
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what catagory should I start it in
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Wherever your heart desires ... A mod can always move it if desired!

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I'd say "GM LS1 512Kbyte and 1Mbyte and newer" Its ended up being the catch all place :)
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