Re: New Debian packages
firstname.lastname@example.org (John Goerzen) wrote on 31.12.96 in <199612310850.CAA01462@complete.org>:
> * The WorldVU-Atlantis BBS package. I will need to check the specific
> legal requirements of this one, but it will certainly have to go in
> non-free or contrib. This is a powerful system that takes advantage of
> Linux security features (groups, /etc/passwd, etc) while still having a
> "friendly" look and feel. This is a good-sized system, and has no source
> available. To Debianize it will take me a bit of time since I will
> basically have to redo the install routine and default configs. (It puts
> everything in a location that goes against the filesystem standard)
Hmm. If the FHS (next version of FSSTND) were released, a single directory
hierarchy in /opt would be legal. Unfortunately, I have no idea how long
that will take.
> * Netmaze, the 3-D networked multi-player combat game. A cool 3-D X game.
> Also includes robot players, if you don't have any friends that like
> playing cool games :-) Actually, I may be taking over development of
> this game itself form its current author, Michael Hipp, FYI.
If this is like the old Atari MidiMaze, then I want to have it ;-)
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