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Re: 3D worlds and server/client software



On Wed, 2008-03-19 at 09:07 +0100, Hans de Goede wrote:
> Ric Moore wrote:
> > Would this be a good place to discuss 3D worlds, tools, servers and
> > clients?? It would be a pretty huge environment to add to games for
> > Fedora. But, it really needs to be done in some fashion, IMHO. 
> > 
> > We, as Linux users need the numbers to present to these communities, in
> > order to let our presence be known and to start getting some attention
> > to the needs of folks like us, who refuse to use closed source
> > solutions. 
> > 
> > I've been collecting different 3D schemes from all over the net. It
> > seems like everyone likes to have Linux represented for server sides, if
> > for no other reason to take advantage of being license-less. But the
> > client side goes to M$, more often than not, being closed source and for
> > sale. So, I need to learn to create and maintain rpms. I'd like to
> > voyage through the 3D landscape and find those that are willing to allow
> > us to distribute the open-source 3D projects. What say the group?? Ric
> > 
> 
> I think it would be excellent to have someone package-up the various FOSS 3d 
> world clients and servers. Even better if you also strat working on fixing 
> license issues where these disallow us to distribute the server / client.

I'd be happy to give it a go, but I'll need support when I hit a snag
from the group. I'm already working on something similar for our prison
program, and it'll get me "content organized" to do this. Ric

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