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Post by ElvenProgrammer » 29 Oct 2004, 13:18

:shock: maybe you're the most qualified person to join this project, I'll leave you the admin place if you want and I'll cover you with money. Nah I'm just kidding, but anyway you can give a great contribute. Did you really worked for a WoW server? Really impressive! Than surely this project will seems so easy to you. I hope to see you soon, if you can plz come to the IRC channel, there we can talk better! :D
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Re: I want you

Post by Guest » 17 Nov 2004, 19:51

Elven Programmer wrote:I'm recruiting some good workers for my project, so if you're a willing programer, not necessarily experienced leave a post here with your infos:

1 - Programming languages
2 - Network programming experience
3 - Allegro experience
4 - Developement platform and tools
5 - Knowledge of RO, RO servers emulators and preferred server
6 - Any other info you think it's important...

7 - PM some personal info

Thanks in advance :D
1.) Programming experience.

C/C++, Perl, PHP (and any language that follows along the syntax and form of those languages)

2.) Network Programming experience.

-I was a developer on the EqEmu project from near it's inception to a year and a half or so later.
-Worked on code for things dealing with reverse engineering of protocol packets (Spells, weather, help system) (Project was multiplatform c++)
-I've done plenty of network programs in Perl/C, including but not limited to.
-Working with the AOL TOC/OSCAR protocol.
-Transparent AIM login/basic service proxy/filter Perl/mySQL
-Artificially intelligent AIM conversation bot using Perl/mySQL
-My own very basic framework for a network game engine.
-I've also done plenty more in Perl, and many different things in php

For network code, I'm good with protocols and packet structures.

3.) Allegro experience?

None, haven't worked on a game in a while.

4.) Development Platform and Tools.

-Linux TheEndOfTime 2.6.5-1.327 #1 Sun Apr 18 04:51:55 EDT 2004 i686 athlon i386 GNU/Linux
-Linux AutumnTravesty 2.6.5-1.358 #1 Sat May 8 09:04:50 EDT 2004 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
-Linux OceanAvenue 2.6.7-gentoo-r11 #2 Sun Aug 1 15:57:41 EST 2004 i686 Pentium Pro GenuineIntel GNU/Linux
-Linux Crocomire 2.6.7-gentoo-r14 #3 Fri Aug 20 15:56:28 EST i586 Pentium MMX GenuineIntel GNU/Linux
-Linux Breezeblock (down at the moment)
-Windows XP Home edition: Violetdawn.

The three main machines all have 512mb ram (AutumnTravesty, TheEndOfTime, and VioletDawn)

The others run services like squidcache and dnscache.

5. RO knowledge?

Well, I have to say I don't know feces about RO. I was playing Everquest, and summarily quit online games completely after selling my EQ account for 2grand. I do have plenty of SoM knowledge however, and plenty of video game experience, not to mention what I've learned about online games from Everquest and helping write an emulator for it.

I poked through the code last night to give it a look-see, I'll get allegro compiled on this box and give compiling the source a shot.
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Post by T7g » 17 Nov 2004, 20:02

The post above - that was me. I don't know why I wasn't logged in when I posted it.
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Post by krismichael » 18 Nov 2004, 22:19

You should jump on IRC and see what people need a hand with if you want to start coding.

We just released 0.0.8 and Elven is already working on the next version.

I'm currently re-designing the GUI which will need to be added to the game, there are a handful of little bugs, and the text input is really buggy on the chat.
It's not my fault I'm new here! :)
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Post by ElvenProgrammer » 19 Nov 2004, 17:41

T7g: Do you want me to say that I'm impressed? :lol:

Yes I'm really impressed, a person as you with so much experience can really help us a lot. Since you seem to be a network stuff guru maybe I've something for you! Or if you want to do something else just tell me. I'm waiting to talk to you on IRC soon
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Post by Him » 15 May 2005, 01:38

1 - Programming languages
Basic/ASM(some)/C/C++(my favorite)/VBSCRIPT

2 - Network programming experience
I have created small hack and slash morpgs(crappy ones) using Winsock TCP, one was multi-threaded.

3 - Allegro experience
First library i ever used in C. Know it like the back of my hand.

4 - Developement platform and tools
I perfer dev-cpp, though i have visual C++ 6.0 and VB6.0 enterprise.
Windows odviously:)

5 - Knowledge of RO, RO servers emulators and preferred server
I have none:P

6 - Any other info you think it's important...
Read my other post "hello mana worldians"

7 - PM some personal info
I like cheese:)

Wheres the IRC room located?
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Re: I want you

Post by nayr » 29 Jul 2005, 01:38

Elven Programmer wrote:
1 - C/C++/Objective C/ruby/processing/some jave
2 - NULL?but I could learn :D
3 - what's that again?
4 - Macosx/gcc and Xcode
5 - erm... what's RO?
6 - I have extensive experience with SDL/opengl,Cocoa, GLUT, Carbon, some X11.

I don't find a reason to give personal info, email me if you find a reason.
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Post by nym » 30 Jul 2005, 11:54

Hi nayr!

We are always looking for people to help out with The Mana World, and Mac OS X development is an area we need some help in... as there are problems with the Mac version currently (as you would already know). First step on the trail to joining the TMW development team is join #manaworld channel on FreeNode :)

We can then help you out more there. Hope to see you soon :)
YOU ARE READING THIS!
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Post by xfceslacker » 02 Jan 2006, 01:59

Hi,
I know this topic is very old. I don't know if you still want any
programmers. If you do read on. :)

1.
C++
2.
Just a little. I can learn though.
3.
None, I like SDL.
4.
Slackware 10.2, Mandriva 2006, gcc, ddd, and nedit.
5.
None sorry.
6.
I have a lot of free time.

That's it...I don't know a whole lot, but I can learn. :D
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Post by ElvenProgrammer » 02 Jan 2006, 11:22

Yeah the post is very old, but we're still looking for a lot of help. You're welcome to join us. I suggest you get into our irc channel ( #manaworld @ irc.freenode.net ) so we can talk better.
Hope to see you soon :D
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Post by Gimli » 07 Oct 2006, 00:53

1 - Programming languages - c++/java
2 - Network programming experience - none
3 - Allegro experience - whats this? :P
4 - Developement platform and tools - dev c++ on win, and jdk on win and linux
5 - Knowledge of RO, RO servers emulators and preferred server - none too xD
6 - Any other info you think it's important... - im sutdiyng Computer Eginnering on college :P
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Post by Bjørn » 09 Oct 2006, 21:13

Perfect candidate, since:

* There are many other areas than network programming to work in.
* We don't use Allegro anymore anyway. Read into SDL, and our other dependencies.
* eAthena is scheduled to be dumped, making RO knowledge irrelevant.

So, when can you start? ;-)

http://wiki.themanaworld.org/index.php/ ... he_project
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