PROCJAM

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Post-PROCJAM

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PROCJAM’s official week is winding down, and what a week it’s been. Not ready to submit yet? Don’t worry, we’ll be keeping submissions open into next week, and if you need even more time just drop us a line on Twitter. I’ll be posting some stuff in the week to talk about just how awesome this jam has been, but in case I don’t get to talk to you before then, I wanted to get in and discuss with you what happens to all of us post-PROCJAM.

First, and most importantly, PROCJAM will be back in 2015. I don’t know where or how, but I’ll be aiming for another day of talks, another amazing week of jamming, and more great creations coming out for everyone. I also promise to make it better wherever I can – adding more support for jam newcomers in particular, fresh tutorials if I can find the right people, and generally making it more structured for people dipping their toes into procedurality for the first time.

Second, there’s now a PROCJAM mailing list so I can get in touch with you if I really need to. My plan is to use this to let you know about the next jam when it launches, and also to keep you posted about any special events that happen as a result of PROCJAM 2014. I won’t spam you – this will be one email every now and again at most. Please do sign up if you want to keep in touch!

Finally, you can leave comments on people’s entries on itch.io – click on an entry and leave a little note to let people know what you thought, what you liked, and what you’d love them to add. Leaving comments and helpful feedback is a great way to end off the jam, and spur people on to work on their projects after the jam is over.

Thank you all so much for getting this event off to such an amazing start. Keep hitting the #procjam hashtag on Twitter – it’s always #procjam somewhere – and keep in touch with all the amazing people you met during the jam.

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