The PennMUSH development team is proud to announce the release of 1.8.4p4. Many many bug fixes and new features, such as named registers. All users are encouraged to update. Get it at http://download.pennmush.org/Source.
I've been working on developing a new client to scamper alongside the giants: Tinyfugue, MUSHclient, Potato, Atlantis, and many others. Into this world now comes my creation: Banana of the many Clients.
So why not utilize that power to bring MU*ing to the 21st century Web?
I for one welcome our new evil overlord.
You shouldn't notice any difference to how Jav did it and how I will do it, though he has had more experience. I will also be a fair (I can say that right?) and just (I am hoping I can say that too) administrator of this community forum, and hopefully we get lots more informative articles written (like we are all used to from the early days years ago).
I'm pleased to announce that community.pennmush.org will so be managed by user ray73864, known to many as qa'toq@M*U*S*H, who has generously agreed to take over from me. There will be a brief period of transition where we're both managing the site as he gets up to speed, and then I'll be just another pretty avatar!
It's April 1, and the annual hunt for M*U*S*H has begun again. For reference and convenience, here's the 2011 riddle:
I have a proposal: Leverage our strong community of MUSHers and beat down our communal sense of laziness. =)
Let's Get Something Done on the weekend of December 10!
Version 2.0.0b7 of Potato, the graphical MU* Client for Windows and Linux, has just been released. You can obtain it from the Google Code site. Fun new shiny things include:
- Spellchecking (using ASpell)
- Basic SSL support
- Looooads of bug fixes, including a couple of big ones (particularly important if you play on any MUXes)
- A few other, less notable but equally shiny, things
Any questions, problems, suggestions, etc, please drop me a page/@mail/email, or open a ticket on the Google Code site.