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Originally posted on FreeRPG Project:
I have setup a few social media accounts for the FreeRPG Project today, you can find the links below : FreeRPG Project Facebook Page FreeRPG Twitter FreeRPG Google+ I also have a few more development screenshots, everything is still pretty flat (literally in some cases) so don’t expect anything amazing…
I have now transferred the FreeRPG Projects old website over to wordpress, for more information and future updates please check out the new site available here : https://freerpgproject.wordpress.com/ Thanks !
FreeRPG now has a Gitlab repo available for anyone who wants to help contribute to the project or even just play around, you can find full instructions over on the Downloads Page. The links for the repos are below: FreeRPG Release Repo FreeRPG-Torque3D Repo
Hi all, Ive been using T3D for a while now and have finally settled on a project idea so figured i would make a FreeRPG project thread to help track its progress and see what peoples thoughts are. I am still in the world creation/population stage but thanks to GG /http://www.torqueterrains.com / @Ron Kapaun / … More FreeRPG – Free/Open-Source RPG
I have been absent for a while due to a number of reasons, one of them being another blog (Re-Entering The Hive) but recently i have been working on a new image for my Pi, based on ALARM with the Openbox WM and Kodi installed. You can grab it here (ETA=+/-15 mins): https://sourceforge.net/projects/micslinuxexp/files/?source=navbar Once downloaded … More Pibox – OPEN-PI – ALARM + OPENBOX + KODI
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 94,000 times in 2014. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it would take about 4 days for that many people to see … More 2014 – Mic’s Linux Experience in review.