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Post: #16
Good point, and someone named Seth did: http://freaksw.com/idevgames/
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Post: #17
You know, that's not a horrible idea. Instead of waiting and waiting and waiting for a wiki and an assets section, maybe we *should* put up a site to contain them. http://www.macgamedeveloper.com/ isn't taken. Anyone?
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Post: #18
i started to make this one, but i dont have a lot of time to continue for now...
http://www.indiemacgames.com
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Post: #19
i'm a fan of dan's website name Smile you should get the ball rolling with that dan Wink i'd be willing to contribute in some way
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Post: #20
Wow, that's gorgeous, Dan! Any way we can make that website an OSS project while retaining the page look? i.e. avoiding the "whole page is a wiki" syndrome?

Dan: would you be interested in opening up that site for us to develop as a resource?
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blobbo Wrote:Wow, that's gorgeous, Dan! Any way we can make that website an OSS project while retaining the page look? i.e. avoiding the "whole page is a wiki" syndrome?

Dan: would you be interested in opening up that site for us to develop as a resource?

no problemo
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Post: #22
Where do we start? Is it possible to maintain a website using subversion? That is, the core code. Or perhaps the whole thing should simply be a wiki?
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Post: #23
i don't think it should be like a wiki or like cocoadev.com. thats me personally. i think a group of organizers can review/accept submissions from everyone else to keep things, well, organized. but i definitely think everyone should CONTRIBUTE.

oh, and dan, that site looks amazing Smile cool name + cool site Grin
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Post: #24
i dont like wiki.. i prefer somthing like HOW TO

how to move a thing ,create a window.. how to start making game
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Post: #25
i totally agree
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Post: #26
A good thing would be a place to submit code, and people can make annotations and corrections. Ive got a bunch of useful code that could go there and im sure many other people do.

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Post: #27
Agreed. I got this killer "Hello World". So where do we all go from here?
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Post: #28
Ive been working on a hello world for the last few years, hopefully looking at maaaaaaarks source code will help be iron out some of the bugs in my code.

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Post: #29
Well I'm a bit clueless as to how you could do this without the use of a wiki. Honestly, doesn't that seem like the best approach in this situation?
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Post: #30
someone just set up a wiki then!

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