Over the weekend I got in contact with someone who had used my OBJ -> SMD converter and had found a bug. The issue was pretty easy to fix, so I took some time to fix it. It was pretty straight forward, and has been attached, below.
The last week of development of our project manager has been slow. Being tied up in other things has definitely impacted my progress, but for the most part, I’ve just been unmotivated. Today we talk about why that has changed.
Continue reading “taking Care of Business…”
I began modding Source in January of 2005. I spent just about every day of the next two years doing everything in my power, free time permitting, to help the amateur modders get accustomed to the drama and pure unadulterated bullshit that was lurking just out of their sight. I was there when the community came together and I have been here watching it dwindle into the dark corner of the room that no one dares look. There is no doubt in my mind that the Source Engine is feeling under used, under appreciated and sad. More shocking to me, even though I have more than devoted two years of my life to it, a dark portion of my heart is very glad to see it as such.
Continue reading “Letter to the HL2 Mod Community”
I have great news, and it blew my mind when I realized how well it worked. In order to explain I will have to convey reason behind my development over the last 2 weeks. To those who don’t know, I have been spear heading an open source project called GneuManager, a project management suite that beings new meaning to modular. The last two weeks I have been putting the finishing touches on the interaction and caching on the back end of the application, let me explain…
Continue reading “Managers for my managers…”
Users – we have all been one at some point in our lives. The concept of being one is very straight forward. We users navigate to a site and are unknowingly a part of a case study being conducted by a person or group of people controlling the website we have chosen to land on. Our habits, search phrases, and personal information (I’m not talking credit cards…) are all subject to the developer’s needs and intelligence; if they choose to keep track of who I am and what I like on their site it will be very beneficial to them. This is the first in a possible series of more technical journeys into Swallowbush, and PHP in general. I plan to open up the door to show you how and why things are tracked, and what benefit you can take from that. Continue reading “Chronicles of Swallowbush – An exercise in user tracking”