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> So the new agenda for PPlay is to round up all the libs out there and list
> their strengths and drawbacks. There hasn't been any major objections from
> anyone about this (I have a bad memory, I didn't forget something, right?).
My only comment is that we need to keep such a list *current* or it won't
be of very much use. I'm not just talking about new engines, libraries, or
ports -- but the current status of each ("works on Linux and Win32, MacOS
port is stalled", "no observable progress in 6 months"). This wouldn't be
daily work, but just a matter of watching for announcments and checking the
status page every month or two.
It's not too hard to write such a list, nor is maintaining one, but they
tend to get neglected after a while. I guess it's a good argument for a
dedicated Web and documentation person, who can keep tabs on such things.
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