We're coming up on 10 years since my first level "Space Lodge" under the alias Cloudstrife5. 3 months later I released Jedi's High School for multiplayer and it became the multiplayer hit on the MSN Gaming Zone.
Since then I moved away, went to recording school, switched gears and ended up as a full time web developer in Chicago. It's been probably over 4 years since the last time I opened JED.
Finally the day has come where everything has become extremely accessible and cheap. I bought VM Fusion to run on my Mac using Windows XP, Jedi Knight and Mots using Steam and it runs great.
I did a day of reminiscing my old work. I must say that with JHS I had no idea what was in my brain at the time. My level editing wasn't up to par, and the whole project was poorly thrown together in a hack job kind of way. It was a radio-hit wannabe level. In fact, walking through sectors of the level I started to laugh. Going from 14 years old to 24, it certainly was a shocker of how much was wrong. Though at the age, I didn't see those imperfections nor would I consider making a High School Jedi level today.
I have Zed installed now, maybe considering that upcoming level contest. Depending on how much time I can make available. Glad to see this place alive and well.