[MUD-Dev] Information sharing (was: Re: Where are we now?)

Greg Munt greg.munt at btinternet.com
Sun May 6 02:51:52 New Zealand Standard Time 2001

-----Original Message-----
From: Jon Morrow <Jon at Morrow.net>
To: mud-dev at kanga.nu <mud-dev at kanga.nu>
Date: 05 May 2001 9:06 AM
Subject: RE: [MUD-Dev] Information sharing (was: Re: Where are we now?)

> There are a surprising number of hobbyists that make their
> DIKU-based servers available to the public through their own small
> Web sites.  Wide usage rarely occurs, but old players often pickup
> the code and carry the game's legacy forward.  It's also common for
> owners to pass on their code to another immortal, player, or friend,
> and the results are the same.

I've noticed that (some? most? all?) mud sources only enter the public
domain when the mud has stopped running. Does this indicate anything? 
That mud sources become available because the mud they supported has
'failed' in some way?

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