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Post is unread #1 Dec 15, 2009, 3:44 am
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darghon
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Hi all,

As many people before me, I played quite some mud games over the past few years.
And I've developed an interest in creating my own.

So I did, and I started from the DBSC codebase. I've never coded in C before, but I am a qualified programmer in Java and PHP,
so the coding part isn't as hard as it could've been.

So far I've coded quite some new skills, altered existing ones, added ranks, altered the entire battle sequence and now I feel like the mud is getting somewhere.

I want to expand the development of the codebase to more coders, as wel as have builders to expand the world with more new content.
But, I have no idea where I need to look for people that are interested in something like this. So I figured this would be a good start.

If anyone is interested in joining, please contact me.
       
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