Console Questions, Rabbitjournal, Hoaxes

1 Oct 2005 at 01:05

Over at the JCF, Veteran JJ2 Utility coder Overlord is asking for input on how to best design a console language for Jazz Jackrabbit 2. Having a console program for Jazz Jackrabbit 2 would definitely make multiplayer Jazz more livable. Your input is valued.

In the Jazz2Online section nobody reads and nobody uses (besides the encyclopedia), RabbitJournal, there’s been some actual action in the form of new posts (that is, non-“Hello!” posts). None are deeply interesting yet, but maybe if I nag people at the frontpage to post things there and to use it, it will pick up some more steam. Probably, adding comments functionality would do more for the journal’s activity, so I’ll hope I or somebody else gets around to adding it.

Slaz’s announcement about his new site is exactly the kind of thing it was made for. If you have news of the type that is generally not posted to the frontpage, like site news, or news about new levelpacks, things of that sort, do post it there. As you can see, it may actually be picked up in news posts at the frontpage, for additional publicity.

Also, the interesting hoaxes topic on the JCF, in which people post fabricated screenshots of the game, is growing more active again, with some interesting shots being posted.

Trivial all, but this is better than no news.

- Fquist


Slaz on 1 Oct 2005 at 08:08

I’m glad that there actually still is active news for Jazz2. And about the JCF: I know it wasn’t as active as it was in the time I Wasn’t around there. But it still has some interesting topics if you just look around a bit, especially in the General Jazz forum, JCS, Jazz’s future forum, and the misc one.

And about my announcement. I finished 4 PHP files and I almost got a webhost for it!

DoubleGJ on 1 Oct 2005 at 08:59

Well I remember about RabbitJournal and am willing to use it when needed. Didn’t need it before tho’.

cooba on 1 Oct 2005 at 11:16

Nice to see my thread being announced in the J2O news =D.

CrimiClown on 13 Oct 2005 at 16:55

Always go with Cooba… And hoaxes. ;)

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