[ProgSoc] Forest (Realm) Source Code

Peter Dolkens peter.dolkens at ddrit.com
Mon Dec 12 19:12:25 EST 2011


Brendan,

He didn't, he just sprinkled it liberally throughout the email.

Me thinks he may be a programmer!

Dale,

If you can't get your hands on the Forest Realm source, perhaps you could
investigate extending generic SMAUG / Diku / ROM to suit your old
play-style.

- Pete

On Mon, Dec 12, 2011 at 6:08 PM, Brendan Molloy <brendan at bbqsrc.net> wrote:

> Please don't write entire sentences in title case. It's just not cool.
>
> dale.geddes at netspace.net.au wrote:
> > Hey Guys,
> >
> > Looking For Someone In Your Society That Knows Alot About And Remembers
> Forest
> > or Realm The Old MUD you guys used to run on 138.25.7.1 (I Know Its Sad I
> > Remember The IP) LOL i was a regular on there known as (Rustyboy).
> >
> > I Now Run A Server Colocation Business Renting Rackspace In A Sydney
> Datacenter
> > And I Have A Old 1U Pentium III server running Debian Linux Sitting
> there ATM
> > As My 3Rd Nameserver And I Was About To Take It Out Of Commission When I
> > Thought Gee I Wonder If I Could Get Hold Of The Source Code To Forest
> And Use
> > This Old Server To Reserect The Realm Project!
> >
> > Id Run A Apache Webserver And Reserect the Realm Webiste
> >
> > Id Run The Forest Talker
> >
> > Both Of Those Would Work Rather Well On This Server And Best Of All I
> Miss The
> > Good Ol Days Of Forest So I Want To Reserect It
> >
> > Alot Of My Friends Have Agreed To Come Back If I Could Accomplish This
> So Will
> > Be A Big Thing If Accomplished!
> >
> > Regards
> >
> >
> > Dale Geddes
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > ------------------------------------------------------------
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> >
> >
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> --
> Regards,
> Brendan Molloy
>
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