[MUD-Dev] DevMUD Prototyping (was META: DevMUD, MUD-Dev, and (list) futures)
jleonard at divcom.slimy.com
Tue Nov 3 14:48:46 New Zealand Daylight Time 1998
On Tue, Nov 03, 1998 at 04:51:12PM -0500, James Wilson wrote:
> On Tue, 03 Nov 1998, Jon Leonard wrote:
> >On Mon, Nov 02, 1998 at 10:25:34PM -0800, J C Lawrence wrote:
> >> Find yourselves a benign dictator. If you want a very simple
> >> and elegant demonstration of why you need one, read the ICGnu archives
> >> at Kanga.Nu and the previously referenced Slashdot article. You may
> >> use this meta discussion to aid resolving the leadership question. I
> >> would appreciate it however if the brunt of the "find-a-dictator"
> >> traffic occured off list. (ObThreat: I'm very tempted to just
> >> appoint one).
> >Unless someone else wants to do this (any other volunteers?), this looks
> >to be me.
> you have my vote. and today is Election Day! not that they care in Nieue,
> of course. ;)
Vote Jon Leonard for dictator!
Or just wait around for me to declare that there's no point in counting
votes, and that the official title is "project maintainer".
> since you seem to be the consensus for Lord God King, what did you think
> of my RFC asking for more proofs of concept?
I think the wording was sufficiently pretentious, and that we're not
likely to see alternate proofs of concept in the near future.
(Even though I would welcome seeing one.)
I do think proofs of concept can be quite useful. I have one under
http://frost.slimy.com/devmud/, also running on frost.slimy.com port 2121,
with some minor upgrades.
I think that the next step is for me to upgrade it to use a module protocol,
some time in the next 48 hours. After that it'll be time for a round of
commentary, and then probably time to start working on real module
definitions and code.
This presumes that by then we'll have some idea of what are good modules to
start with, and who is interested in working on them.
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