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Re: welcome to pkg-games Bret Curtis, Georgy Vlasov


On Sun, Jun 2, 2013 at 3:39 AM, Paul Wise <pabs@debian.org> wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 1, 2013 at 5:28 PM, bret curtis wrote:
> > thank you for the kind welcome. I am a developer and co-maintainer of the
> > deb builds for OpenMW (http://www.openmw.org/). We got the ball rolling with
> > George Evmenov's  MyGUI (Ogre3D lib) but I hope to eventually see OpenMW
> > within Debian with a bit of guidance from Scott Howard.
> Do you know if OpenMW folks plan to create a game based on the engine
> or will OpenMW always require data from the original Morrowind to
> function?

We are currently working on an "Example Suite" that will show off a
bit of OpenMW without having to use Morrowind assets. It will go under
and forgiving "Create Commons" license. You have a look at yourself at
a snapshot from a few months ago here:
At the bottom is a link to the OpenMW.esm

In addition to that we are also working on OpenCS (Construction Set),
to be able to build your own mods and eventually worlds as well.

There are plans for a multi-platform installer for Morrowind as to
make it easier to be used with OpenMW without the necessity using wine
or Windows.

> FYI, this font license is non-free:
> https://wiki.openmw.org/index.php?title=Daedric_Font_License
> The DejaVu and other fonts are already in Debian so your package
> should depend on them instead of including them.

We replaced this non-free font a year ago with :

We fall-back to DejaVu if EBGarmond is not available. They will not be
included in the deb packages in the future.

> BTW: Please subscribe to the discussion mailing list, join the IRC channel
> and take a look at our team documentation on the wiki.

Done and done...

> http://wiki.debian.org/Games/Team


> --
> bye,
> pabs
> http://wiki.debian.org/PaulWise


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