Added by Margote 3 weeks ago
AgendaNews about the projects about to be releasedRywardsSilan RefactoringFeedback about the released projectsOutpost RefactoringBoss RefactoringRecruitment
Added by Nilstilar 2 weeks ago
Considering the way the first cycle is going, we have already decided to reduce the length of the bidding period from two weeks to one week as of the next rotation of materials.But we are still curious to know the thoughts and suggestions that this first experience has inspired to you, the practitioners. The floor is yours, then!
And let's move on: any questions, feedback, proposals about Boss Refactoring?
In the next few days we will implement the new Rywards window intended to replace the display of the objects constituting the furniture of the apartments. It has been tested and only remains to write and distribute the announcement presenting it.As soon as it is implemented, new objects will be available and new possibilities will be offered to apartment owners. Namely: purchase of furniture previously reserved for players of other nations and conversion of their duplicates and other unwanted items into tickets that can be exchanged for new ones.Your further ideas for furniture enrichment will be welcome!
The new beginners' isle is now in test on Gingo (so its implementation should not wait too long) and includes :• some pages enriching the creation of the character by allowing to indicate briefly its tastes and its background;• a new tutorial area (already in place but empty for the time being);• a dynamic tutorial organized in lessons explaining the basic gameplay;• ... and still the sleeping lady (but she doesn't snore anymore... phew).Other tutorials will be added later (and I'd be happy to have help for their design :D ).So you'll soon be able to create an "alt" to test all this.
I have been inactive for a while, but I am happy to announce that I have resumed work on the next "Quality of Life" patch.This patch will be implemented in mid-July (estimate) and will include three major changes:• Adding of pockets• Refactoring of the Equipment window• Refactoring of equipable items groups (part 1)Since we have already talked about them extensively in previous meetings, I'll skip over the pockets.As far as the Equipment window is concerned, the whole user interface has been revisited and its content (enriched with pockets, therefore) is now adaptable according to its size.The management of groups of equipable objects is a bit problematic today. The user interface is bad: everything is controlled through / commands and the SysInfo window. The problem will be solved by two patches:• the first one (mid-July, thus) will allow the player to create, display and delete groups of items via the game UI (but the / commands will remain operational, so optional use);• the second one will go deeper and allow the player to modify the content of the groups directly in the Equipment window enriched for this purpose with checkboxes.As usual, this QoL patch contains many bug fixes and small features that I won't detail one by one. But be aware that applying it will allow you to open (finally!) the exit dialog box by simply pressing the Escape key!To finish, if you want to follow the progress of the patch in a more detailed way, here is the link to the GitLab milestone that reports on it.
Lately, we've been putting two big projects into play: the OP and the Boss refactorings. Coming soon will be our third big project, Silan Refactoring. Behind each of these three projects, but also behind each new feature, each improvement of the game, each event played, each technical help brought to a player, there is not the work of one person, but the work of a whole team of devoted and passionate volunteers who give of their knowledge and their time, according to their possibilities, to allow Ryzom to evolve as it does today.And for that, I thank them.If you too have some time that you would like to devote to help them behind the scenes to make the game move forward, you can contact me on chat.ryzom or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will see together which team would suit you best and which you could join: Development, Communication & Marketing, Event, Game-Design, Computer Graphics, Level-design, Lore, Support, Testing, Translation & Proofreading. The choice is vast!If you prefer to help out by joining a group working specifically on a project, that's also possible. For example, at the moment, OP Refactoring and Silan Refactoring projects.Feel free to contact me for more information!
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