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Are shadows to a point where we could merge them and handle the lingering issues as bugs? Like, is it "complete" enough to just merge and move forward? Or is there a change the whole thing will need to be discarded or reworked?
- 25 May 2018, 03:12
- Forum: Content Development Section
- Topic: Public release of the movement and stamina mod (climbing)
- Replies: 2
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Congrats on the release! You should post this on the Morrowind subreddit if you haven't, I bet that community would get a kick out of this.
I had a private converstaion with AnyOldName3 that made me realize that maybe a bit is missing from this discussion: I'm not really sure what the exact process psi29a is proposing is, which I think is where a lot of the confusion is coming from. It's true that there's no reason I couldn't start work...
You would basically like to have the same procedure as we have it now, but get notified whenever a new issue is solved (that requires an entry to the changelog), so you can keep writing the more verbose release version of the changelog item per item during development instead of all at once at rele...
Problem is, if we let individual developers write their changelog entries these entries are probably not in a presentable state suitable for the end user. Coder's mindset vs end user's mindset and all. These entries would be end-user documentation and most coders are notoriously bad at writing that...
I'm still happy to rewrite every entry, just would be nice to spread it out over time instead of all in a rush at the end. And if I could get immediate feedback while the issue is fresh on the dev's mind, that would be even better.
Not really an issue. Now my time is very limited these days, but updating the change log once every could of month I still can handle without problems. What about all the work I have to spend re-writing every entry as soon as the changelog is ready? It's hours of tedious, frustrating work, and if w...