Last night, I uploaded a recreation level of the WTC much to my poor assessment. Like every map you make, you learn from it. In this case, it was not only in Hammer, but for a community. I accept embarrasment and retaliation for this, because I hurt the community I sincerely appreciate. Which leads me to regain composure for the next point. Before working on TwinTowers, I searched for any rules about submitting sensitive content - which turns out there are no rules to submissions. I was blind to how players would receive the map, since I based it off TF2's demake, GG2's TwinTowers. Which was met by indifferent server owners including it in their rotations, and players unoccupied with the environment. At this time though, I owe this community an apology. Someone in my position should be a better judge of illicit work. I'd made the stupid assumption that people were going to approach the map much like the community before it. I apologize. To learn from this mistake though, rules are set to prevent wrong doing. There are no rules that I found that draw the line for map submissions. Such as obscene content or stolen work. Since a map is only limited by the mapper's imagination, which is our tremendously powerful creative muscle, there's unlimited good as there is bad to come from it. A simple page about what kind of levels you are not allowed to post would only be there to prevent egregious work, just like every other gaming community does.