During the end of 2009 I ended up taking a break from working on Ronin, and shifted my efforts to other projects. Once 2009 came to a slow grinding halt and made way for 2010, I decided to come back to Ronin and not let it fall into disrepair. I and other Ronin developers compiled a list of the radical changes we felt were necessary, in order to keep Ronin relevant. Thus the Spring Cleaning Campaign of 2010 was started.

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