"On August 18, 1998, an epochal event takes place - the Internet clans SGM , BRP and Tesis decide to unite. After a long search for a name, the choice falls on the slogan found on the shirt of [SGM]ViS: Nobody is Perfect - I AM NOBODY! Moreover, the first part, in isolation from the second, is simply translated as 'no one is perfect.' We really liked this ambiguous and somewhat psychedelic name, and the decision was made - it was decided to call the new clan NiP (Nobody is Perfect)."
Category: BaseQ2 — general, overlapping categories
The Quake 2 blog posts sorted into general, overlapping categories.
Hellraisers: The Dnepropetrovsk Clan of Multiplayer Games — Photos from Tournaments with Our Faces… 2001, 2002
"So, this Saturday UniClub will host the ku3 championship among Ukrainian fathers. The best kutrikers of Ukraine are invited, the limit is 16. Prizes for the 1st and 2nd place are a 'ticket' to the duel PACC. :) And they also promise a ball-shaped St. Petersburg beer 'Baltika', thanks to CDplus. ;-)"
Quake-on-Amur: Khabarovsk, Russia — First Open Khabarovsk Quake II Championship, Custom Maps, and Poetry, 1999
"The site Quake-on-Amur was made by Khabarovsk Quakers and for Khabarovsk/Far Eastern Quakers in order to promote and develop the Quake movement in our city and in the Far East. We DO NOT divide into 'fathers' and 'lamers'."
Formosa Island Internet Cafe: Moscow, Russia — Championship Chronicle… 1998, 1999, 2000
"Thanks to PAKK , for not abandoning the entire Kwak community so far, for holding tournaments, for doing something really real and useful, for not falling into the bare making of money, and simply for the fact that they are cool guys !!! :) PACK rules! And we - in general Rulezzz!!!"
QUAKE.CRIS.NET: The Opening of the First Quake Server in Crimea, by Andrey Nikolaev, Dmitry Oparin, Maxim Shvets, Sergey Starosek, and Alex Tkachev aka Douncan — August 18, 1998
"It's done. Or how sarcastically :) one of us noted, 'not even half a year has passed.' A server of this kind would sooner or later appear in the Crimea anyway. Why not be the first?"