||Sun, 31 December 2006 16:08 |
Registered: December 2006
Location: Oxfordshire, UK
All of the pages have, or should have, a "last updated" date in the footer of the page. Not ideal, I know, but better than nothing
I've added the date of the last source code update to the home page so that you can see how up-to-date the source code on the site is (it's just next to the link that takes you to the code).
I like the idea of a "what's new" section and I'll add that in (at least in a primative form to start with).
The problem for me is that I've no idea how many (if any) people are interested in this little hobby of mine so I'm not sure how much time I should spend on the web site (I work on it during my commute to-and-from work on the train).
So, if anyone following this thread who is interested in Nova would just like to send me an "hello" e-mail that would be a great help in deciding how much effort I should devote to letting people know what's happening. My e-mail address is on the website.
So far, I only know of 3 people who think it's an interesting hobby project so I haven't said much on my little web site.
The latest news is that Nova now has a battle engine and is now a playable game - full of bugs and nowhere near the full features of Stars! (probably about 70%) but, hey!, like I said, this is just a hobby for me to learn about C# and .Net.
Thanks for the feed-back, it makes my little hobby more pleasing if it interests other people.
If there's anything else you would like to see ... just ask and I'll see what I can do.
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