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Article for Freegamer

Posted: 13 Feb 2012, 19:59
by ElderTroll
So the article is just about ready. But when I asked each project about their features I got different answers and I'm thinking that each project has more features then they recognize. I've made a table with all the features based off the one Zini used before.
Implemented = I
Nearly Complete = NC
P= Partial
E= Early
Planning= Planned, but nothing implemented code wise. I'd like some of the dev's to just glance over the list and edit it. Please email me at [email protected] and I will share the doc with you. Shouldn't take more than five minutes- plus you get to see where the other engines are at.

Re: Article for Freegamer

Posted: 13 Feb 2012, 21:58
by Zini
No email access from this place. But if you want to sent me your list, I will review it tomorrow (see my forum profile for an email address).

Re: Article for Freegamer

Posted: 13 Feb 2012, 23:12
by ElderTroll
Sure thing, benevolent dictator. Thanks for putting up with this process. I actually think all three project can continue sharing this doc as a way to keep tabs on each others projects. Might be cool.

Re: Article for Freegamer

Posted: 15 Feb 2012, 15:12
by werdanith
Great article, very informative.
Here is the link btw,
http://freegamer.blogspot.com/2012/02/m ... -they.html

I think it's worth spreading in whatever forums we hang out at.

Re: Article for Freegamer

Posted: 15 Feb 2012, 16:43
by ElderTroll
Thanks,

I started it to answer my own questions and it snowballed.

I like the features table, I think that could serve a real purpose if the dev's expand and update it. Think of it as a reference when one of projects is struggling to implement something. They can check the table and know to peak over at how the other guy(s) did it.

Re: Article for Freegamer

Posted: 15 Feb 2012, 20:34
by raevol
Awesome, great job on the article.

Funny story, one of the commentors (lynxlynxlynx) works on GemRB, an awesome project that I have did some bug hunting/reporting on in the past. Looks like they've made a good amount of progress since I checked on them last, I should take their latest release for a spin...