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Furry Art Pile closes; open-source ArtPiles to spur on new art sites

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Well, following the collapse of talks between Furry Art Pile and MyFursona - as discussed in the last edition of FT - it seems that a new bird is rising from the ashes.

So far all that’s known about ArtPiles is that it’s an “open source art community” and that it’s “coming soon” - this would be in line with Ekigyuu’s ideology to release the source code behind Furry Art Pile following closure, to allow other people to use or adapt the idea for their own needs. The old Furry Art Piles website - while spending nearly two months linking to a Rickroll - now redirects to the ArtPiles website

There’s more of this to come. Keep tuned.

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