No idea why every post seems to turn into a battle, I shall make the effort one last time...
If anything you have just proved the point that a free unbiased and "open to all" forum is the best place to discuss links. Otherwise how could you have expanded on the strengths or weaknesses of two MMOG technologies (Zona & Grex)?
As to the link to Zona; I understand that Grex is your baby, excuse me for thinking you might be interested in what other companies are doing with Java rather than pandering to your ego. If you recall the whole purpose of sharing
links in the first place was to capture the state of Java in the games industry. Although I could send you a link to your own website or the feature on Javagaming if it makes you happy.
This is me in a nutshell:
Gaming should be fun - When i'm on JavaGaming or in front of my desktop I should be having fun.
I did not sign up for www.ForumJousting.com
[no dont bother] In view of this I simply chose to play in a bigger sandbox (if you will pardon the pun).
Though not in sequence and gleaned from recent replies this should sound familiar and should not be misconstrued as a personal attack. **Parental Advisory::not to be taken out of context.**
God, but I *hate* applet games.
And you need people filtering the submissions
Or is it that I'm "in charge" and reserve the right to remove or reject anything?
entirely discounting the grexengine, which I'm obviously biased towards
Unless you can come up with a good reason, I'm going to remove them.
A forum and community should be a free
exchange of ideas in my opinion, whether the views are in concert or diametrically opposed to ones own *Not Filtered*. This one also includes the Freedom to have you set fire to any of my posts, remove links from the Wiki (or even better) add your own. This way extreme ideas can be tempered for the common good.
You have openly admitted to being biased, hating applets and seem to think every post is a personal attack against you or Grex. This topic could have resulted in a one click reference to anyone who doubted the adoption of Java as a serious gaming proposition.