[MUD-Dev] Re: My vision for DevMUD

Chris Gray cg at ami-cg.GraySage.Edmonton.AB.CA
Tue Nov 3 21:14:54 New Zealand Daylight Time 1998


[Jon Leonard:]

 >This is my perspective on a DevMUD project, and is of course open for
 >discussion.  Were I elected/appointed/defaulted project maintainer now,
 >this is how things would get done.

I find nothing to disagree with in what Jon lists. His reasoning is
sound, by my books.

 >I have more thoughts, of course, but that's generally where I'm coming from.
 >I'm volunteering to be project maintainer for such a project (including
 >hosting on my server), including writing some usable collections of modules
 >if necessary to jumpstart the project.

It is my intent to provide modules for:

    networking
    telnet
    VM
    compiler
    + disassembler, byte-stream I/O for MUD-procs, alternate interpreter

However, I doubt that I'll be the first to get many of those into a
working order. I expect others will get there before me. I'm working
on telnet stuff now, so that's what I'll most likely be able to
contribute in the short-term.

--
Don't design inefficiency in - it'll happen in the implementation. - me

Chris Gray     cg at ami-cg.GraySage.Edmonton.AB.CA




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