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Post by lgromanowski » 22 Aug 2011, 19:03

raevol wrote:
chewit wrote:I have posted another article on Ubuntu Gamer trying to get some new developers to help out on OpenMW.

http://www.ubuntugamer.com/2010/12/open ... evelopers/

Ubuntu Gamer receives 10,000+ traffic each day and has 1500 followers on Facebook and Twitter, so hopefully we will get a few new developers ;)
So happy about this! You rule chewit! I reshared this on FB, and I hope it gets us lots of helping hands!
ap0 wrote: I made a post on wiwiland wiwiland about openmw.
Wiwiland is the french reference website(21 588 members) about the elder scroll, with an emphasis on modding (Check the module page : some are translated, or are originals : There is are thousands of them !).
I hope this will help.

http://forum.wiwiland.net/index.php?/to ... 03-openmw/
sir_herrbatka wrote: http://morromods.wiwiland.net/

love how the site looks :lol:
werdanith wrote:
ap0 wrote:I made a post on wiwiland wiwiland about openmw.
Ah, I spent quite a bit of time on that site, armed with google translate, tracking the progress of a different project.
Can you guess which one?

... tick tock tick tock ...

time's up. It was this one:
http://forum.wiwiland.net/index.php?/to ... s-oblivion

I wish that project had been open source . :(

And to stay on topic, Ed's previous Ubuntu Gamer post is what got me here,
which I'm a bit reluctant to admit, since I have been tracking the progress of various open source projects and Morrowind mods and I've been hanging out at the DungeonHack forums and all three Morrowind engine recreation projects slipped under my radar all these years...
best regards,


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