She was very active on this site at one time, responding on the forum, posting movies and sharing mods. There's no doubt she rubbed some people up the wrong way, but she was a unswerving supporter of this program and did all she could to promote the software and its possibilities.
I find it hard to believe that she has gone. She leaves a lot of memories behind. Her determination to carry on producing work, willingness to stick up for her point of view, and sheer productivity are to be admired. She persisted after eye surgery, and in the face of occasional personality clashes that would have had me running for cover.
Her determination to use her real identity, and defend her right to exist as a female creator showed steel, and her generosity has been mentioned many times in this thread.
She leaves me with the impression of an unforgettable character, at times prickly and reactive, sometimes bewildering in her view of the world, but without a doubt, a core component of this community. Without her energy and commitment we are less.