Ugh. Fucking spammers. I’ve removed the ability for anyone to create an account on the wiki due to these asshats. If you absolutely need to create/update a wiki page and need an account, contact me on the forums.
I’ve noticed a significant increase in spam bot registrations over the last few days. I’ve purged the accounts that I believe are bots, and added another step to the user registration to weed these bastards out.
If your account has been removed, and you’re a legitimate user, post a comment on this post and I’ll do what I can (or you can attempt to make another account).
Sorry for the inconvenience, but until we’re allowed to hunt down the people who make bots in a blood sport, this will have to do.
Just a quick notice. I think it’s great when I get questions about Gorgon. And I do my very best to answer what I can as accurately as I can.
However. I do NOT want questions about how to use libraries created by other groups/people. I have no problems explaining Gorgon’s inner workings for this purpose, but that’s as far as it goes. I won’t be transforming it into any other library, that’s your job. I am not tech support for any other library. If you want support for another graphics library go to their forums and ask the creators of that library. If they don’t support their stuff, then that’s tough, take it up with them through whatever means available to you.
Don’t take this as trying to be secretive/anti-competitive about Gorgon or its inner workings. If I wanted it to be secretive I wouldn’t have released it or the source for it.
End of Line.
And thus why I did this. Plus I’m wanting to move away from my gamedev journal, it’s… yeah, it’s just fucking bad.
So from here on, all Gorgon related announcements will appear here and my rants, which are just fucking awesome, will appear here as well. Any future projects will have announcements here as well.
So yeah, it’ll be updated every time a random random number generator in a random country returns 3.5322874. Which is quite often if you have a life expectency of 150,000 years +/- 2.125 years.