Happy New Year, ioquake3 and github!
Posted on January 1st, 2013 by TimeDoctor
This August will be the 7th Anniversary of ioquake3!
Time flies when you’re fragging fools and breaking builds.
We still haven’t had a release since 2009. Don’t worry, we still have another 365 days to go until it has been 5 years since a release!
The real reason for this post is that I wanted to tell you all that we’re moving the project to github.
There is a new organization there, called ioquake.
But most importantly there is a project there that you can clone, fork, and send pull requests.
Bugzilla and other things hosted on icculus.org will keep going, but the SVN repository is now deprecated and I don’t know if it will remain online or not. If possible, we may set up a thing to automatically slurp in changes from the github project.
ioquake3.org itself is not going anywhere
Thank you to everyone who has contributed and played ioquake3 since the project started on August 20th, 2005!
Make sure to join us on server.ioquake3.org for some baseq3 fragging when you get a chance!
Here are your top-ten all-time contributors, by number of commits:
- Thilo Schulz
- Tim Angus
- Ludwig Nussel
- Zack Middleton
- Ryan C. Gordon (he beat me by 3 commits!)
- Zachary J. Slater
- Tony J. White
- Aaron Gyes
- James Canete