kevin8

Tragic news - Sergio (SR3D) passes away

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Unluckily Sergio Reano aka xSergio74, the creator of SR3dbuilder, passed away.

May he will find a heaven made in bricks.

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That's very, very sad (and unexpected) news...

I've only met him online, but he was an amazing person.

May he rest in peace.

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This is extremely sad news. He gave the community an awesome piece of software.

May he rest in peace.

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What absolutely terrible news. I'm not sure what to say. This is such a huge loss. Both in terms of him being such a friendly and good guy here in the community, but also because of the great software he made which was such an important one in the Ldraw eco-system.

My heartfelt condolences to his family.

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This is indeed very very sad news... :(

He dedicated so much efforts into SR 3D.

He will be deeply missed.

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A sad and unexpected news for me too.

I hope that someone will have the chance gather his heritage so that his name will continue to be well known around the whole the LEGO community for long long time. Many of us know him thanks to the great work he did programming SR3D.

Surely we will miss you, Sergio.

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What a terrible news!

My condolences for his friends and family.

And what a loss for the LEGO community.

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This is really sad news.

My condolences for his family and all his friends.

He will always have my big respect for his friendly spirit and all the efforts he shared with the community. Very inspiring.

May he rest in peace.

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Really sad news today. My condolences to the family.

It was an amazing job, he had done with the SR3D Builder Software, which helped me find my love to Lego again. I want to thank him for that. May he rest in peace.

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Its always sad when you hear such news... Anyone knows what happened? Also was there anyone who can keep the project alive? I'd think he would want that...

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[...]Also was there anyone who can keep the project alive? I'd think he would want that...

It would be nice if there would be a (skilled) programmer and afol to at least bring SR3D Builder to version 1.0. Not only would it be nice to the community, I think it would also be a very nice tribute to Sergio. He spent at least about 8 years on SR3D Builder and it isn't even "finished" as he wanted it to be. The problem is that nobody has the source code except Sergio...

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Wow, really never expected to read that this morning. What a terrible loss to the community, I'm sure we will all miss him dearly. My condolences to his family.

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Wow, Rest in Peace, Sergio.

I only spoke with him a few times with questions about SR3D, but, he was always nice and friendly.

He will be missed!!

Jamie

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:sad: He will certainly be missed. Such great work he did too!

May his spirit live on in the community.

My sympathies for his family.

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I must say I was kinda baffled when I first read this. Sergio was a very nice guy who deserved a long and healthy live.

All the best to his friends and family.

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Just got to know about the sad news, as I do not follow this part of the forum very often. :sad:

This is really shocking and unexpected! We have exchanged some e-mails in the past and I don't know how old he was, but I believe his life was taken too early.

Sergio, I wish you rest in peace!

My sincere condolences to his family and friends!

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This was very sad. It's a huge loss to the Lego community. My deepest condolences to his family, you have lost a good man.

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This is so sad. I really hope there are bricks in heaven. My deepest condolences to his family and friends.

Although, I never really got to use SR3D properly, I was always very impressed by its possibilities. Sergios death is a really huge loss for us all.

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