Just call me Yoda in private!
- Mar 1, 2005
True... for the map only. o
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Our only "promise" was to release it when it would be finished. All land provinces can be viewed here. Seazones are another story and adjustement according to balance, idgrids and total number of available provinces makes it hard for the 90% to 100% part of the process and required available devoted time for Garbon. And be assured this is not the most enjoyable part of the process... from far.
Yes I fully agreed with the above post, except Garbon should encourage other people's input, give updates and release it sometime within the decade.
Some of us have been waiting 4 years + for this map.
Yes, but they have to be redrawn according to land provinces and original MKJ map that had not this point of view...I thought the sea zones where to remain as they are as exploration etc etc are working well.
I see no benefit in adding more sea zones
Map (and the whole AGCEEP mod behind) and source code are two different projects but their future is symbiotic. They will benefit to each other for players. I think I already said it long ago but what would be the point for us to achieve one without the other?Is it still in the hands of only Garbon to release the Map and "source" changes, or are there more people involved. I think the latter and so Garbon's "hands might be tied"
And they also have something to do for AGCEEP.Of course not all of the source code team have sent their letters off yet.
Yes and it could take a decade, just like the map.Whats the ETA on the source code release? Hasn't it been almost a year since the code have been released?
Our only "promise" was to release it when it would be finished.