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> [Long Mail]
> Ok, this is an attempt to line out what has to be done during the next time
> and in what direction I think PPlay will go.
> First, here's a new, reworked sketch of a new PPlay agenda. It's more
> "lightweight" than the previous ones, with less lofty goals and a more
> pragmatic approach.
> The basic thing is that PPlay will try to bring some order in the current
> multitude of game libraries.
> The main part here is gathering information of the libs and creating some
> good database out of that. Most of this will be done via the LGDC by asking
> game developers about their experiences and by letting library developers
> submit news about their libs in some happypenguin-style way. The goal is to
> make it easy for people who know "Ok, I need features X, Y and Z" to find a
> good set of libraries for that task.
That sounds really good.
I heartily applaud your choice of direction, and I look forward to using
the PenguinPlay web pages for Linux game development information. :)
-Sam Lantinga (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Lead Programmer, Loki Entertainment Software
"Any sufficiently advanced bug is indistinguishable from a feature"
-- Rich Kulawiec