Monthly Archives: March 2013

Progress update – 03/24/2013

Time for an update. As for Yosuga no Sora:

  • Sora: 8286/8286 (100.00%)
  • Nao: 1445/7311 (19.76%)
  • Akira: 3440/8794 (39.12%)
  • Kazuha: 6634/6634 (100.00%)
  • Motoka: 1430/6259 (22.85%)
  • Common route: 2096/2096 (100.00%)

Total: 23331/39380 (59.24%).

There wasn’t really any bigger progress this month. Sorry about that, I’ll try to improve it. Because of load of work at university, Nao’s translator had to leave us. Shi0n had some trouble, essentially losing all progress on Akira’s route he’s done. So, for now, YNS team consists of:

  • Cafe who is slowly translating Motoka’s route,
  • Xilexio (me), who’s got back to Akira’s route and is TLC’ing Zky’s stuff slowly, then back to translating Akira’s route,
  • Shi0n, who supposedly TLC’ing Kazuha’s route.

I expect progress to be slow for a while, until I get someone fast, who’s willing to work on YNS.

As for Haruka na Sora, Hecrapan, who’s absent for a while, asked me to make a progress report. So, here it is:

  • Sora: 625/5535 (11.29%)
  • Yahiro: 0/4197 (0.00%)
  • Kozue: 1031/4944 (20.85%)
  • Countdown route (with some kind of ranking): 17/341 (4.99%)
  • Karaoke route: 0/365 (0.00%)
  • Akira’s introduction: 0/100 (0.00%)
  • Nao’s introduction: 0/111 (0.00%)
  • Sora’s introduction: 117/117 (100.00%)
  • Kazuha’s introduction: 0/120 (0.00%)
  • Motoka’s introduction: 0/100 (0.00%)
  • Kozue’s introduction: 0/158 (0.00%)

Total: 1790/16088 (11.13%).

As you can see, there’s a lot of very small side routes in HNS. I put them here just for the sake of completeness.

Now, let’s make the patch thing clear: we’re making fresh patches from time to time (usually together with progress updates such as this one). You can get the link to get them on our IRC channel – You don’t even need IRC client, just click the link to open it through web-based IRC client. Sorry for doing it in such a roundabout way, but it’s to protect this blog. Also, please don’t share links to patches outside. Instead, point to the IRC channel or this site. This is to reduce number of  old patches flowing around the web.


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