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Greetings, adventurers! Another day, another digest... or is it? In the last newsletter, I outlined m
 

The MUD Coders Guild

August 18 · Issue #9 · View online
💾 A monthly digest of text-based game development successes, failures, inspiration, and anecdotes from the members of The MUD Coders Guild.

Greetings, adventurers!
Another day, another digest… or is it? In the last newsletter, I outlined my new goal to emphasize MUD Coders Guild member created content over everything else; and the community delivered big time. This newsletter is the very first one featuring only member-created content. From open source projects to tutorials to their own updates, every link has been crafted by and for The MUD Coders Guild.
But, even though the newsletter has a new member-focused directive, it didn’t feel right to ignore all of the other great content being shared by the guild. So moving forward, all newsletters will be paired with an Issue Overflow, containing all of the non-member links and resources we have found interesting and valuable since our last issue.
As always, if you have something you’d like to share with the community, please join us on Slack and shoot me a DM or post a message to the #newsletter channel. I love seeing what our community members can do!
Zach

> notes
Issue Overflow: M-x dunnet
Fill at Will
> wiznet
Waterdeep Hardcore PK and 21st Birthday
Mudlet 3.11 – quality improvements all around + autosave!
Myelin Skills Update!
ExVenture Updates for July 2018
> open source
mud-cookbook
gossip-ranvier
eleetscript
alchemist.el
ataxia
HMRMud
> inventory
Gossip - MUD Chat Network
> cast 'inspiration'
Lucid MUD Engine
> train int
Elixir Cowboy Websocket Handler
Elixir OTP Supervision Tether
Leverage Redux State Selectors
> afk
REST Fest Midwest 2018 / Eric Oestrich / Let your app crash
Inserting Quality Into Every Step of Deployment
> quit
‘If both the past and the external world exist only in the mind, and if the mind itself is controllable, what then?’ — George Orwell, '1984’
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