[pydotorg-www] Fwd: What they are saying... Friaxis Games

Michael Foord michael at voidspace.org.uk
Tue Dec 11 14:27:32 CET 2012

A suggestion that one of our "success stories" is out of date.

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> From: "Darke, Clive" <Clive.Darke at qa.com>
> Subject: What they are saying... Friaxis Games
> Date: 7 December 2012 08:48:42 GMT
> To: "webmaster at python.org" <webmaster at python.org>
> Brilliant website by the way, but this caught my eye.  The quote from Friaxis on your main page is rather out of date.  The current version of the game, Civilisation V, which has been out for some time, no longer uses Python, apparently for performance reasons.  It now uses Lua.
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