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Re: LGDC news

Steve Baker wrote:

>> I personally quite often would like to go see in what ways someone
>> else has solved a problem before I go do it.
>Yes - but does that interest translate to you wanting to see announcements
>about every teeny-tiny change to every version of Tetris?

I think we all agree that announcing little changes in games is out of
question (i.e. we don't do it).

What I meant with interesting games is e.g. I read in OGS that Freeciv now
has a really good AI, so a news item "New Freeciv version has really good
AI code. You might want to have a look at it" would be good (and
additionally we can start bugging the Freeciv authors to write an article
about how they did it).
So I meant *one* newsitem, when a new game version with a cool, uncommon
feature comes out.

That could be handled e.g. by only accepting (game project) news items that
contain some "what's especially cool" or "what really impressed me" info.

Christian Reiniger
Coordinator/Coder, PenguinPlay (http://sunsite.auc.dk/penguinplay/)
Coordinator,       LGDC        (http://sunsite.auc.dk/lgdc/)

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