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Game creators corner / Updating the Network Demo
« on: September 02, 2008, 07:09:28 pm »
Hey there. I've recently tried to complete the Network Demo introductory tutorials. I've noticed that they are quite outdated - some example code won't run with current FIFE, there are also some obvious errors. I've decided to try and update those 3 documents. I will be updating them to be compatible with current svn trunk - this is probably the way most serious developers get the FIFE at the moment anyway.

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General discussion / Source code crossreferencer
« on: May 29, 2008, 04:56:40 pm »
I'd like to suggest setting up some kind of an online source code cros sreferencer, like lxr (http://lxr.linux.no/). I thought of this as a potential help for programmers with day jobs (ie. me), who could browse the source code in their slack time at work.

There are a few things to discuss, among them:
- how should the cross referencer be hosted;
- what kind of software should be used;
- other possible enhancements for such technology.

I could probably supply a host for the cross referencer. As of enhancements, perhaps some form of online code commenting would be useful - a bit like the system that was used for GPL3 drafting process - I don't know if any cross referencer comes with such a feature though.

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Introduce yourself / Hello friends!
« on: May 12, 2008, 05:53:55 pm »
Hello everyone.

Another wannabe (me) has joined your ranks and would like to introduce himself.

My name is Tomas M. I've stumbled upon this project a few days ago. Because back in the days I was a big Fallout junkie I've got interested and I'm thinking about taking it for a spin with some indie/FOSS game project.

Personally, I am a more-less experienced C++ programmer. I develop FPS's for Epic Games by day and plot an Open Source Game Revolution by night.

I hope I will fit in with the rest of the Fife community.

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