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IMHO, I just think there should be a MOO Database Archive, housing all manner
of core databases for specific functions. Like an RPG Core for RPG MOOs
(AD&D perhaps?) or something similar; then cores for social (talker) MOOs
(Perhaps with channel communications), etc, etc.
Timothy Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Wed, 15 Nov 1995, C. Regis Wilson wrote:
> >So I was once again hacking minimal.db, and I notice that I'm always
> >starting with the same steps. Why doesn't minimal.db consist of a single
> >object, #0, which is a player and a programmer and a wizard, with a
> >:do_login_command verb which returns #0? I don't see any reason for
> >minimal.db to contain a room or root parents at all.
> The question is, "What is truly minimal?" Some might argue that LambdaCore
> is minimal. Others posit that ZenMOO (http://www.zennet.com/) is minimal,
> but which version, since there are two? Don't get me wrong, I agree with you,
> but perhaps the core could be released with several different "minimal"
> cores. Shall we say that a core under 1K is minimal? Then, we could have
> in the distribution:
> T. Pascal, King of Pascal | "A bird in | Can you find seven
> 4527 Avocado St. | in the hand is | errors in this .sig?
> Los Angeles, CA 90027 | is worth two in | Hint: the addresses
> | in the boosh." | ain't correct.
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