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A reflection on the hacking scene as a community.

For many years we as gamers, hackers, developers, journalists, and modders have found ourselves to be part of a special community. A community of like-minded individuals who pursue the pleasure of creating and improving on and informing on what others have made. Most of these developers, modders, and hackers do this free out of pocket for the Love of the Game and this is something that should be appreciated.

But one problem continues to pop up and that comes with leeks, battles, and downright blatant disrespect for others in the community. And if it continues it only will lead us to ruin.

This strange distrust and lack of willingness to work together can sometimes be the worst thing for any community, and when it comes to the hacking scene it can be the most detrimental thing ever.

With all the turmoil and trouble in this world today the goals of the hackers, developers, and Gamers should all share the common interest of exploration and pushing the limits.

That being said this is no easy task. This is something that we all need to find a way to work together to make sure that groups such as ours don’t disappear but continue to improve and inspire the next generation to do more than we could ever imagine.

So I ask you the reader what is it that you want to see change in this scene? What do you what do you see come from a collaboration of great minds without petty bickering or trying to bring in personal attacks, or do you even feel that it is impossible for this to happen?

Please let us know below in the comments how you feel. We want to here from all of you as without you none of this would matter.

I want to thank you all for reading to encourage you to keep an open mind to always look at both sides of any story and make wise and informed decisions in the future.

Keep doing it for the Love of the Game.

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